Police have launched a new operation to target anti-social behaviour in the Wrexham Rural area, in North Wales.
Operation Blue Lampoon aims to tackle those who “negatively affect communities” in the area, and will include both plain-clothes and uniformed officers patrolling areas experiencing anti-social behaviour.
So far, police have been deployed to Cefn Mawr and the Plas Madoc areas. Wrexham Rural Inspector, Matt Subacchi, said officers would “take positive action against those who choose to negatively affect the communities.”
He warned that he would not tolerate behavior that was anti-social and that affected members of the public in a negative way. Officers will take action against those who choose to negatively affect the communities in Wrexham rural.
Inspector Subacchi said that he had seen examples that week of property being destroyed by youths to both vehicles and residential properties, which is unacceptable.
Officers in plain clothes will be deployed to identify those acting anti-socially or committing such offenses.
He also urged residents to be considerate to their neighbours and the community.
This operation is a reminder that anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated, and those who engage in such behaviour will be held accountable.
It also reassures residents that the police are working to maintain the safety and security of the community.