Police step up patrols on Leeds estate in response to anti-social behaviour

Police are stepping up patrols on an estate in Leeds after a rise in anti-social behaviour.

Tuesday, 14th August 2018, 10:43 am
Updated Tuesday, 14th August 2018, 10:48 am
Police are stepping up patrols in and around the Heights estate in Farnley. Picture: Google

The Leeds West Policing Team said extra patrols were being made at the Heights estate in Farnley in response to problems over the last week or so.

A spokesman said: "There has been a large amount of anti-social behaviour in and around the Heights estate over the last week or so and we are asking members of the public to report any incidents in the area."

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The team has arrested one male suspect on suspicion of affray in connection with a series of incidents on the estate.

"The male has been released for further statements to be obtained," the spokesman said.

Anyone with information about anti-social behaviour on the estate is urged to call the policing team via 101 or make a report online.