Police issue bank holiday warning to revellers

n POLICE today warned crime sparked by bank holiday sun and booze will not be tolerated.

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Extra officers have been drafted in to target disorder, violence, anti-social behaviour and public drinking this weekend.

As temperatures are set to soar, thousands are expected to flock to the city centre to enjoy the four-day break.

Senior officers are expecting a busy weekend sparked by booze and warm weather.

Chief Inspector Alan Porte, said: "We want to people come and enjoy everything the city centre has to offer on a bank holiday weekend.

"The vast majority of people will enjoy themselves and have a good time.

"However, if the minority do drink too much and cause trouble, we will be there to stop them."

Police vowed a "zero tolerance" approach to anyone is involved in violence and disorder.

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