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The Mid Sussex streets with the most anti-social behaviour

The Mid Sussex streets with the most reports of anti-social behaviour in a single month have been revealed by police.

The data is based on the latest available information from police.uk which tracks reports of anti-social behaviour in June 2019, the latest crime figures available. All pictures are provide by police.uk and show the nearby location where the anti-social incidents took place. See also: Locked up in July - 12 of the most high profile criminals jailed in Sussex

There were ten reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in Hassocks. Four of them were on or near Orchard Lane and the rest were dotted around the area.

5. Hassocks

There were ten reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in Hassocks. Four of them were on or near Orchard Lane and the rest were dotted around the area.
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There were nine reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in Lucastes and Bolnore Village. Three of them were on or near Woodbanke Lane and the rest were dotted around the area.

6. Lucastes and Bolnore Village

There were nine reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in Lucastes and Bolnore Village. Three of them were on or near Woodbanke Lane and the rest were dotted around the area.
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There were eight reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in Hurstpierpoint and Sayers Common. Seven of these were in Hurstpierpoint, with three of these on or near Bishop's Close.

7. Hurstpierpoint and Sayers Common

There were eight reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in Hurstpierpoint and Sayers Common. Seven of these were in Hurstpierpoint, with three of these on or near Bishop's Close.
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There were eight reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in Lindfield, Ardingly and High Weald. Three of them were in Horsted Keynes and the rest were dotted around the area.

8. Lindfield, Ardingly and High Weald

There were eight reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in Lindfield, Ardingly and High Weald. Three of them were in Horsted Keynes and the rest were dotted around the area.
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