Police respond to anti-social behaviour at McDonald's

Police have said they will work with schools to identify young people involved in anti-social behaviour if the issue continues at McDonald's.

Wednesday, 24th October 2018, 11:27 am
Updated Wednesday, 24th October 2018, 11:50 am

Officers spent a considerable amount of time dealing with anti-social behaviour in Carrick over the weekend, with one of the problem areas being listed as the town’s McDonald’s branch.

It is understood teens ran round the eatery, caused annoyance and used inappropriate language in the family friendly fast food restaurant.

A PSNI spokesperson said: “If this ridiculous behaviour continues we will be routinely checking CCTV and working with McDonald’s and the local schools to identify anyone who is making a nuisance of themselves or committing offences.”

Police dealt with a number of anti-social incidents in the town.