Another dispersal order will be in place for two days along a major road due to dangerous driving and anti-social behaviour. 

Police have re-issued the Section 35 dispersal order for the A134 Fornham Bypass on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds after intelligence suggested another planned meeting.

This comes after a dispersal order was also put in place last weekend following reports of dangerous driving and anti-social behaviour on May 4. 

This order gives officers the power to exclude a person from an area for a period of up to 48 hours with an Inspector’s authority.

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Inspector Gary Miller, of the Roads and Armed Policing Team, said: “Police are dealing proactively with reports of dangerous driving and anti-social vehicle use in the area.

“This authority does not prevent legitimate use of the roads or businesses in the area, however any gatherings which commence will be required to disperse and anyone refusing to comply with the direction will be arrested."

The dispersal order is in place from 7pm on Friday May 17 until 6.59pm on Sunday May 19.