ENFORCEMENT action is being considered after police were called to an illegal rave in a Poole warehouse.

Witnesses claim up to 200 people attended the event at the Brantano warehouse at the Wessex Gate Industrial Park in the early hours of yesterday morning.

They told how bottles were thrown at officers who attended to disperse the group from the Broadstone Way warehouse.

And one man was taken to hospital after falling from a roof.

No fines were issued at the time and no arrests were made.

But today a spokesman for Dorset Police said: "Evidence will now be reviewed in order to determine enforcement action."

And officers have urged the public to stick to the rules as a second national lockdown looms.

Following this weekend's event, a police spokesman said: "Officers attended and liaised with the occupants. It was reported officers had to deal with public disorder at the location.

“While on the scene, officers became aware of an injured man inside the property having reportedly fallen from a roof within the building.

“He was taken to hospital for treatment for injuries that are not believed to be serious.

“The group was dispersed from the area to allow for the safety of officers and members of the public at the scene and to treat the injured person.

“Local neighbourhood officers are continuing to work with the community to help raise awareness of the rule of six restrictions currently in place.

“We would like to remind everyone that they have a social responsibility to stick with these rules to prevent the further spread of coronavirus.”