Egg Throwing Incident - Eccleshall

Alert message sent 13/04/2022 17:05:00

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Staffordshire Police have received a report of a house being egged in Eccleshall around midnight on Friday 8th April. CCTV shows a group of four young males at the location, two males from this group were seen on CCTV throwing eggs at the property. Police will be looking at identifying these males.
Staffordshire Police do not tolerate this anti-social behaviour and would appeal for anyone who has any information regarding this incident to please contact Staffordshire Police on '101' Non-Emergency or via the online Staffordshire Police website.

Please note that eggs can cause criminal damage to people's properties and vehicles on impact, which can cost hundreds or in cases even thousands of pounds worth of damage.
These incidents can also cause alarm and distress to the resident.

Staffordshire Police will take positive action against any persons involved with egg throwing.

If a crime is in progress or a life is in danger please contact Staffordshire Police on '999' Emergency.
You can report crime in the following ways:

**Call ‘999’ in an Emergency (if a crime is in progress or a life is in danger)**

Contact Staffordshire Police on ‘101’ (Non-Emergency crime only).

Contact Staffordshire Police on Facebook or Twitter (Non-Emergency crime only).

Contact Crimestoppers anonymously on ‘0800 555 111’ (Non-Emergency crime only).

You can also report a crime on the Staffordshire Police website (Non-Emergency Crime only).

https://www.staffordshire.police.uk/
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Gareth Higgins (Police, PCSO, South West Stone, Eccleshall & Swynnerton )

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