Neighbours asked to look out for raves after tip offBy Jennie Slevin
February 15, 2013
Neighbours are being urged to remain vigilant this weekend after police received reports of a woodland rave planned for weekend.
Police in Bracknell are asking dog walkers, cyclists and joggers to call them on the non-emergency number, 101, if they see any unusual behaviour, such as setting up of electrical equipment or large groups gathering in the woods.
Margaret Weber of Thames Valley Police said: " These raves not only cause a disturbance for residents, but are also a potential fire risk and once underway, takes away police resources which could potentially be put to better use within the community."