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More patrols for Norfolk town following fire in communal area

PUBLISHED: 15:36 21 May 2019 | UPDATED: 15:36 21 May 2019

Police have said there is evidence of a fire and broken glass in a communal area in Priory Gardens in Gorleston. Picture: Great Yarmouth Police.

Police have said there is evidence of a fire and broken glass in a communal area in Priory Gardens in Gorleston. Picture: Great Yarmouth Police.

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Patrols will increase in a Norfolk town after reports of anti-social behaviour.

Great Yarmouth Police have said officers found evidence of a fire and broken glass in a communal area in Priory Gardens in Gorleston.

The debris causes a risk to users, the police said.

Officers will increase patrols in the area.

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If anyone witnesses anti-social behaviour they are asked to call 101.


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