Extra police for rave crackdown in Norfolk

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Norfolk Police have warned people planning to hold raves over the Bank Holiday weekend that a "zero-tolerance" approach will be adopted.

Ch Supt Tony Cherington said extra resources were available to prevent, disrupt and close down illegal raves in the county.

The public has been urged to report any activity which makes them believe a rave is being planned.

This could include people seen looking for a possible rave venue, police said.

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