DO you know what your kids are up to? That question has been posed by Dorset Police following an “unusual” spate of anti-social behaviour incidents in Stalbridge.

The authority has reminded residents to report anti-social behaviour (ASB) after numerous incidents were recorded in around a week in Stalbridge.

A North Dorset Police spokesperson said: “Over the last week or so there have a been a number of ASB incidents.

“These include the following: play equipment in Jarvis Field was damaged as the pirate ship was dismantled and screws were placed into the seating area – this occurred on Saturday.

“Sleepers were removed from around the tunnel and banners were slashed. Other incidents include road signage in Lower Road and Station Road dismantled and removed, fires in the dug out in Park Grove playing fields, town council equipment being thrown around and the bins being accessed at the village hall.

“This type of behaviour is unusual for Stalbridge. Do you know what your kids are up to?”

North Dorset Police has encouraged residents to report incidences of ASB via 101 or report online via the Dorset Police website.