Police tackle three anti-social youths on Leeds-York train



British Transport Police have had to deal with anti-social youths causing trouble on an LNER train service from Leeds to York on Sunday night.

Transport police were alerted to the group of three trouble-causing teenagers.

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BTP had to issue a special dispersal order late on Sunday evening to prevent the three entering York station and the city centre.

BTP tweeted at 11.40pm: “Three youths dispersed from York city centre and train station this evening under a dispersal order for anti-social behaviour on board train from Leeds.”

People are reminded to dial 999 in an emergency, otherwise BTP can be contacted on the non-emergency number 0800 40 50 40.

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