Avon and Somerset Police have arrested three people in connection with an illegal rave at the former Charmy Down airfield on the outskirts of Bath last month.
Three men aged 22, 23 and 26 were all arrested yesterday, Wednesday 5th August, on suspicion of conspiring to cause a public nuisance.
The investigation into the event, which caused widespread disruption overnight Saturday 18th to Sunday 19th July, is continuing.
Anyone with information which could help these enquiries can get in touch with officers by calling 101 quoting reference 5220160383.
Avon and Somerset Police say they continue to have patrolling officers dedicated to responding to unlawful gatherings and need to know if you suspect an event is being set up so we can intervene early on to prevent it.
You can look out for the following signs of an illegal rave being set up:
- Promotion on social media
- Vans unloading sound equipment
- More and more people gathering
You should all 101 straight away with as much information as you can about the people and vehicles involved.
Officers especially urge farmers and landowners, urban or rural, to review their security measures, and are encouraging them to contact their neighbourhood team for advice on 101.