The latest group of people Boston Borough Council wants to speak to as part of its littering campaign includes four accused of urinating in public places.
The council is asking for the public’s help to identify a total of six men, all observed via its network of CCTV cameras.
Four of the men are alleged to have urinated in areas of the town centre – three at night or in the early hours of the morning and one in the middle of the day near the Len Medlock Centre, close to the town bus station.
The other two are said to have discarded cigarette ends in the town.
Those caught deliberately dropping litter by the council’s network of 68 CCTV cameras will be pursued and issued with a £75 fixed penalty notice or be taken to court.
The campaign will also extend to cover those who do not clean up after their dogs.
As well as urination and cigarette ends being thrown to the ground, litter also includes defecation and spitting in the street.
Each month the council asks for the public’s help in identifying any of the people who the authority’s environmental crime enforcement officers want to speak with in connection with such alleged incidents.
All information received will be confidential and the identities of those who pass on information will never be revealed, the council says.
If you can help identify any of these people, and wish to support the council in its campaign, call the authority on 01205 314200 and ask for the environmental enforcement team.
Alternatively, write to Litter campaign, Environmental Enforcement Team, Boston Borough Council, Municipal Buildings, West Street, Boston, PE21 8QR or email communicationsunit@ boston.gov.uk
12034 G – Cigarette allegedly thrown to ground, B&M car park, 12.37pm, February 12
12035H – Cigarette allegedly thrown to the ground, Red Lion Street, 1.50pm, February 12
12093 J – Allegedly urinated in South Street, 3.25am, February 21
12152K – Allegedly urinated near Len Medlock Centre, 12.23pm, March 1
12197M – Allegedly urinated in Red Lion Street, 11.48pm, March 7
12092N – Sllegedly Urinated in Fish Hill, 2.35am, February 21