POLICE say officers responded to a number of reports of youths causing disturbances in the Alexandra Park Avenue area of North Belfast last night.
Inspector Jamie Hughes said “Police received reports shortly after 10:45 pm of youths congregating in the area and carrying out anti-social behaviour.
“Anti-social behaviour can be a blight on any area and can seriously affect the quality of life of residents.
“Police are aware of the complaints of anti-social behaviour in the Alexandra Park Avenue area of North Belfast and we are working closely with our partner agencies, Community Safety Teams and Community Safety Wardens in order to address this issue.
“Local neighbourhood teams will also increase their patrols as appropriate in the area to address the issue.
“If anyone in the area witnessed anything or is indeed is concerned about antisocial behaviour or any sort of criminal activity, please contact us on the non-emergency number 101 quoting reference 1218 of 28/03/2017 and let us know so that we can respond appropriately.
“Alternatively information can be provided anonymously through the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”