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Spike in Port Erin anti-social behaviour

Reports of youngster starting fires and shouting abuse

Police say there's been a spike in anti-social behaviour in Port Erin.

The Southern Neighbourhood Policing Team has launched a social media campaign asking witnesses to come forward.

There're reports of young people starting fires, shouting verbal abuse and causing criminal damage after dark over the last week.

Officers warn parents in the area that peer-pressure has a part to play, and ask that they vet who their children are socialising with.

They arrested one youngster yesterday evening.

PC Mike Taylor is responsible for finding the culprits.

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