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Audlem Online has received this report from a concerned resident about an incident over the weekend. The resident reports: "It's Friday evening at 7.30pm — do you know where your child is? Perhaps it's a member of the gang that is standing in the churchyard, opposite the Post Office on Stafford Street, throwing missiles at the cars as they go past. If it could be your child perhaps you would like to explain about criminal damage and how it could cause a serious accident! Or even better, don't let them out to hang around the streets causing concern and upset."

Another resident added a few minutes later: "I would also like to comment on the youths. They were all hanging out outside the co-op drinking cans of lager. I don't know who bought the drink because they all looked under age. The older kids were in the co-op buying alcohol. Where's Ken when you need him?"


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