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Entertainment Marauding gangs of teenagers bringing violence, disorder and 'misery' to North Wales resort

15:55  27 november  2020
15:55  27 november  2020 Source:   dailypost.co.uk

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Increasing disorder , violence and anti-social behaviour among young people in a Gwynedd town has prompted police to issue a dispersal order. North Wales Police has urged parents to ensure they know where there children are and make them aware of the order.

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Youngsters who are engaging in violence and disorder in a coastal town are said to be bringing "misery" to the people who live there.

North Wales Police said they "will not tolerate" the actions of youths who have been causing problems for the residents of Pwllheli.

A dispersal order is now in place for this weekend as police clamp down on the behaviour of some in the town.

District Inspector Lisa Jones said: "We are committed to ensure the actions of a disorderly minority do not affect our community, and we will not tolerate behaviour which brings misery to our residents.

"This is one of a number of measures at our disposal, and our officers will be visibly patrolling in the area throughout the dispersal period.

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"I would like to thank the local community for your continued support."

Police said they had taken action after "experiencing increased incidents" of anti-social behaviour, violence and disorder in the town.

They said they hoped the dispersal order, which will run for 48 hours from 2pm on Friday, would "limit further issues for local residents".

The order means that anyone who is asked to leave the area by a police officer must do so.

Returning to the area may result in arrest.

A spokesman added: "Parents - please ensure you know where your young people are, and make them aware of this notice."

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