17/09/2021

12 Arrests Made In Ongoing Anti-Social Behaviour In The Holylands

A total of 12 people have now been arrested this week during ongoing anti-social behaviour in the Holyland's area of south Belfast.

Police have said that large numbers of young people from across the city and further afield have continued to gather in the Holylands on a nightly basis.

More than 3,600 bottles and can of alcohol have been seized by police between Sunday and Thursday of this week.
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According to reports, Belfast City Council has visited 72 properties over noise complaints and some 21 students have been reported to their university for disciplinary action.


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