Law enforcement call upon whistle-blowers

2015-11-12 06:00

THE number of vehicles that drive down the one-way up-road outside Fifi’s Fish Take Away and the Fever is increasing.

Drivers pay no attention to the “no entry” sign on the corner of Colley Street knowing that law enforcement seldom come to the area.

The Hibiscus Coast Law Enforcement have asked people who see this to report the drivers to the municipality, municipal spokesperson Simon April said.

“Our law enforcement asks witnesses to report the registration number of the vehicle going in the wrong direction and, if possible, supply a photo of the driver,” said April.

He said as much as this is the responsibility of the municipality, the public also has to take responsibility and be the eyes and ears on the ground, and should blow the whistle on the wrong-doers.

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