Reports of anti-social behaviour as well as ‘vehicle nuisance’, have been spotted in a Tesco car park in Gerrards Cross.

The issues are related to ‘vehicles gathering and being driven in an anti-social manner, playing of loud music, littering, shouting and causing a general nuisance to local residents and the public’.

According to the TVP Chiltern & South Bucks, ‘this typically occurs after store closing times from late evening, into the early hours of the morning.’

To combat the crime, TVP C&SB has revealed that they are using CCTV ‘to identify offending vehicles and then Police checks on the registration numbers identify the registered owners.’

What Chiltern & South Bucks put on Facebook

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In their Facebook post that was published in the evening of Thursday, May 13, they said: “A letter is being sent to them to make them aware, and to inform them that their vehicle (along with the driver at the time - if not them) may be at risk of being issued a section 59 warning notice if caught by an officer at the time of an offence, or can be identified by a witness willing to provide a statement.

“Further offending could lead to the vehicle being seized.

“To prevent this from happening - Please do not use this location to meet and offend in a manner to (or similar) to above. #RegularPatrols #C7958.”