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Parents' fury after young girls who built den during holidays moved on by police who checked if they had Asbos
- Teenagers were sent home from woods after police received complaints
- Mother of one girl is furious daughter was punished for playing outside
- Police say they take complaints of anti-social behaviour very seriously
A group of children who spent their school holidays making a den out of sticks have been accused of anti-social behaviour Ė and forced to move on by police.
Officers told the young girls that they were not allowed to play in the woods because they had received a number of complaints from dog walkers.
Last night primary school teacher Nicola Booth, whose 14-year-old daughter Becky was sent home from Warkworth Woods in Newcastle, revealed that the police had even checked if the children had Asbos.
Parents' fury after young girls who built den during holidays moved on by police | Mail Online