Warnings issued as rumours of illegal Halloween rave reach Lincolnshire Police

Lincolnshire Police have issued an appeal for information after being made aware a disruptive Halloween-themed rave could take place in the county this weekend.

A statement has been issued by the force, who understand a rave or gathering may take place through the night of Saturday, October 31.

Anyone with knowledge of any planned event’s location is being asked to come forward.

Officers have stated they, and other emergency services, want to be prepared and ready to deal with any incidents or illegal gatherings.

Assistant Chief Constable Peter Davies has asked the public for help in preventing such events, which ‘can result in a small minority of people having a detrimental effect on the quality of life of communities in Lincolnshire’.

He said: “We want to know if there is a rave or large gathering planned, where and when it is.

“If you have information about any large public gatherings, raves or similar events, or if you have suspicions about where or when an event could be taking place, please contact us.”

A warning has been issued to land owners and people with remote outbuildings to check for any activity there during the afternoon and evening of October 31.

ACC Davies added: “I am really keen that everyone is able to enjoy their weekend, we have plans in place and can react to information we receive. I hope everyone enjoys and has a safe Halloween.”

Please ring the non-emergency number 101 if you have any information referring to incident 132 of October 30.