Anti Social Behaviour in the Hadfield area - Mud thrown at bus

Alert message sent 06/01/2021 14:10:00

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Glossop Police SNT - Can you Help?

We have received a report that a bus being driven on Chapel Lane, Hadfield had mud thrown at the driver’s side window whilst being driven. [See below picture].

The bus was at the top of Chapel Lane - towards the Hadfield Cross end of the road. This has occurred at approximately 10 am this morning [Weds 06/01/2021].

The alleged persons involved and believed to be responsible were described as being 13 - 14 yrs. old boys - one in a blue jacket wearing skinny jeans with bushy blonde hair [described by a witness as looking like he had a mop on top of his head] - the others youth's description was that he was in all dark clothing.

Luckily on this occasion no damage was caused - however this is more by luck than judgement and could have resulted in something more serious.

We ask that if you have any information as to who/whom is responsible, or that could help identify them, or if you witnessed this taking place, then please contact Derbyshire Constabulary either by 101 or on line - quoting Occ 21000008931.

The officer in this case is PCSO 4415 Buller

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Brian Buller (Police, PCSO, High Peak)
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