Writing on ‘My Community Voice’ today, Hawkinge PCSO Hazell is warning of reported suspicious individuals in Aerodrome Road, Hawkinge.

Community concerns

PCSO Hazell writes: “I am aware there is a lot of community interest and concerns for people in relation to reports of the accosting of youngsters returning from school, when they arrive at the bus stop at the Crematorium on Aerodrome Road, Hawkinge.

“Local PCSOs have identified a suspect and the investigations are being progressed.”

PCSO Hazell is asking people to public remain vigilant and if any further incidents do occur they must be reported.

If there is an immediate concern for safety please always use 999, if it is just suspicious activity or suspicious behaviours please contact 101.

Please note that My Community Voice is not for reporting crimes or incidents.

Instead you should:

Report a non-urgent crime
Talk to us via LiveChat
Use our textphone service 18000 if you are deaf or speech impaired – or text us on 999 if you have pre-registered with the emergency SMS service
Call 999 in an emergency, if a crime is in progress or life is in danger.

Visit the website for more ways to get in touch.

For more information on My Community Voice, visit www.mycommunityvoicekent.co.uk

In an emergency always call 999 or visit our website to report crime online – www.kent.police.uk

By Ed

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