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Shoppers put in danger as teens run amok at Bromsgrove's multi-storey car park

Tristan Harris 23rd Jan, 2020 Updated: 23rd Jan, 2020

TEENAGERS ran amok in the multi-storey car park near Bromsgrove’s Adsa, pushing trolleys down stairwells, into glass doors and even throwing them off the top level.

The unruly behaviour happened last Tuesday and has prompted police to urge parents to know where their children are and what they are up to.

PC Anna Harding from Bromsgrove Police said: “This anti-social behaviour has got out of hand and needs to be stopped.

“It is extremely dangerous to push trolleys down stairwells or off the top level of a multi-storey car park without even checking to see if anyone is below.

“Someone could be seriously injured or killed and then we’re looking at much more serious offences than anti-social behaviour.”

She added police had been examining CCTV footage and had stepped up patrols in the area.

Police will be taking the pictures around the schools in a bid to identify the culprits.

Three boys and three girls in their mid-teens were involved in the disorder.

Any witnesses or anyone with any information should call PC Harding on 101.

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