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Police urge people to report ‘boy racer’ incidents in Mumbles

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South Wales Police are urging people to report instances of anti-social behaviour in Mumbles by ‘boy racers’ after concerns were raised on social media.

Local Police Inspector Judith Martin said: “We are aware of concerns that have been raised via social media in relation to boy racers in the Mumbles.

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“We have not received many reports directly of boy racers travelling through the area however I am aware of the negative impact this can cause residents and other road users.

“Those who engage in these activities may regard them as fun, but driving on public roads brings with it certain responsibilities; to the driver and any passengers; to their family and friends; and to the local community of Mumbles. These responsibilities should not be taken lightly.

“We will continue to work with residents in the area to address any issues, but I would encourage anyone who notices any dangerous driving, or any type of antisocial behaviour linked to this, to note down the registration number of the offending vehicle and contact us directly.”

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