Rave alert

THE police are asking landowners who have seen anything they think might be connected with an illegal rave this weekend to contact them immediately.They point out suspicious activity could include large convoys gathering together in car parks or vans and trucks suitable for transporting sound equipment making their way onto rural sites.

THE police are asking landowners who have seen anything they think might be connected with an illegal rave this weekend to contact them immediately.

They point out suspicious activity could include large convoys gathering together in car parks or vans and trucks suitable for transporting sound equipment making their way onto rural sites.

In a statement issued today the police say: “The ongoing operation to prevent this illegal, potentially dangerous and antisocial activity will be positive and direct. Additional resources will be deployed when necessary to identify those involved and take action to stop the event.

“This ranges from arresting or reporting people to seizing vehicles and property.


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“Illegal raves or unlicensed musical events not only cause distress to local residents, whose lives are disturbed by loud music over a long period of time and by large numbers of people making their way on and off a site, but they also could potentially put lives and property at risk.”

Anyone who has information about an illegal rave or witnesses suspicious activity on farmland or in buildings should contact Norfolk Constabulary on 0845 555111.

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