Eleven teenagers arrested in Grimsby after 'out of hand' party

Eleven teenagers have been arrested after a party got "out of hand" and damage was caused to vehicles and a mosque.

The party was being held in the Legsby Avenue area of Grimsby and officers were called at about 23:00 BST.

Those arrested are between 16 and 17 years old, said police.

Ch Insp Will Jenkins said the teenagers had been at a nearby house party and "shouldn't have been drinking in the first place".

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