A DRAIN has been "deliberately blocked" in Hereford and "items thrown at a house", police have warned.

Police are investigating reports of anti-social behaviour in the city's Monnow Crescent, with a resident reporting their drain being blocked and things being thrown at their property.


Ben Godsall, a police support volunteer, said: "Following reports of items being thrown at a house and their drain being blocked on purpose, we are appealing for witnesses.

"The incident occurred on Thursday, April 11, between the hours of 4am and 4.30am.

"If you have information please let us know using the online "tell us about" form, incident reference 00042_I_11042024. 

"We are especially keen to hear from people who may have CCTV across Monnow Crescent covering April 11 between the hours of 4am and 4.30am.

"Anti-social behaviour covers a wide range of unacceptable activity that causes alarm. It also includes concern for public safety, public disorder or public nuisance, like rowdy or inconsiderate activity, begging and vagrancy, fireworks nuisance, and inconsiderate or inappropriate use of vehicles.

"The police, local authorities and other community safety agencies, such as fire and rescue and social housing landlords, all deal with anti-social behaviour and help people who are suffering from it.

"You should contact your local council or report this to us online. 

"It is only by the police and the public working together that we can prevent and detect crime. Thank you."