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You Said "Buses are speeding through Kelsall Village"
We Did PC Trow used the speed camera at the locations reported, no offences were detected. Police engaged with the bus drivers to make them aware of the report received and to advise them Police would be continuing to monitor the location.

You Said "Youths are leaving a mess in the woodland turning point in Tarvin, I think they are smoking drugs also."
We Did PC Trow, Local PCSO and the Community safety wardens have been keeping an eye on the location. Pc Trow stopped and searched one local youth under the misuse of drugs act. No drugs were found but appropriate advice was given.

Ed:"This shows that you must report anything suspicious or offensive to Cheshire Police on 101 and they are obliged to act on it"

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