Police probe spate of anti-social behaviour in upmarket area of Milton Keynes

Police are investigating ongoing anti-social behaviour and criminal damage incidents in an upmarket area of Milton Keynes.

Monday, 27th January 2020, 12:23 pm
Updated Monday, 27th January 2020, 12:24 pm

They are urging residents to get in touch if they have any information, including dash-cam or CCTV footage, due to ongoing incidents in and around Loughton.

Residents claim they are being plagued by youths causing a nuisance and even dealing drugs.

One man said on social media: "Under the bridge between Shenley and Loughton has always been a haven for loitering kids. They are shouting abuse and throwing footballs at cars."


He added: "The Millennium Meadow is also a hotspot. They're vandalising the picnic benches and smashing glass bottles. Lack of lighting also means it is a nice spot for drug dealing."

Another resident also highlighted the bridge, saying: "Anti social behaviour most nights, drunk kids, shouting, intimidating those passing by, drug dealing from cars. Complaints have been made many times and yet no police presence."

Anybody with information that could help police should contact the local policing team via 101 or email [email protected]

Loughton, MK