Council officials and police are trying to identify a group of teenagers who climbed onto the roof of B&M in town earlier this month.
Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council posted a photo blurring the teenagers’ faces to protect their identities.
One hopes, however, that they will be recognized by their clothing and reported to the police or the community.
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Hinckley Free Press reported that the incident occurred around 6:20 p.m. on Thursday, September 2, on Castle Street in downtown, and that one of the group was walking along the edge of the building, about 10 meters above the ground.
This morning the local council posted the CCTV images on Facebook, stating that the top of the building is “not safe” and that “nobody wants to see tragedy” and that anyone who climbs buildings is at risk for themselves and others to expose yourself to danger. severe injury.
A council spokesman said: “We are working with the Hinckley Police Department to identify the young people, but it is not a safe place and no one wants to see tragedy.
“Please make sure your children understand that anyone who does this is exposing themselves and others to serious harm.”
A spokesman for Leicestershire Police Department said officials shared the council’s concerns about people climbing onto the roof.
They said, “Local officials are aware of the problem and share the council’s concerns about the safety of anyone who goes on the roof.
“You are working with the council to identify the people depicted.”