Around 30 teenagers are getting involved in anti-social behaviour at playing fields in Armagh city.
Police are looking to crack down on the behaviour, especially over the weekends.
PSNI Armagh posted on Facebook saying: “We have received complaints regarding anti-social behaviour in the Sherry’s Fields area of Armagh especially at weekends.
“To assist us we would encourage the local community to report any incidents of this type to us. We are aware that up to 30 teenagers may be involved, if you are a parent, do you know what your child is up to between 10pm and midnight?
“We can’t solve anti-social behaviour alone, please help us make Armagh a safe and pleasant place to live and work, if you witness anti-social behaviour, report it on 101 or confidentially on Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.”
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