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Police still looking for 12 Twyford ravers




YouTube footage of the rave at Twyford Wood.
YouTube footage of the rave at Twyford Wood.

Police are still trying to identify 12 people they want to speak to about the illegal rave at Twyford Wood in May.

The rave, which began in the evening of Saturday, May 23, and lasted well into the following day before police moved in to shut it down. Some of those at the rave attacked the police. Twenty-one officers and a police dog were injured and several people were arrested as a result.

Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.

Thirteen people have so far been charged in relation to the incident, with a further six cautioned for drug possession. But police are still keen to trace the 12 people pictured.

A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said: “Work is ongoing to bring to justice all those responsible who took part in any kind of criminal offences which during the event included violent disorder, assault on police, criminal damage, dealing in drugs, failing to stop for police, and failing to abide by direction to leave. At one point some three hundred officers were involved in the Policing response.”

If you recognise any of those pictured, call 101 quoting incident 137 of September 11, 2015.

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Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.

VIDEO: Footage of illegal rave in Lincolnshire emerges on Youtube.

More arrests made as illegal rave in Twyford Wood is finally shut down by police.

Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.
Twyford illegal rave.


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