August 26, 2007 19:29

Twenty five arrests so far at Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival

Police stop festival goers for drugs and thefts

Twenty five arrests so far at Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival
Police have reported 25 arrests so far at the Bramham Park site of this year's Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival.

Since the campsites opened on Friday (August 17), 25 people have been held for possession of drugs and theft, according to West Yorkshire Police.

Police officers have also reported 108 crimes of theft at the northern leg of the festival.

But there have been no reports of any major incidents during the three-day bash.

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