POLICE were called to an unauthorised car meet at an industrial estate this week.

On Wednesday, May 11, officers were called to Calmore Industrial Estate off of Stephenson Road at around 8.30pm.

Around 30 vehicles left the area when police arrived. No offences were disclosed.

It comes just days after the Daily Echo released footage of 300 to 400 people attending a car meet at Adanac Park in Nursling.

The events first started two weeks ago and CCTV shows motorists drifting around a lamppost at the site.

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Officers say they are continuing to conduct routine patrols in the area.

A spokesperson from Hampshire Constabulary said: "If motorists drive dangerously, whether that’s through speeding, racing or drifting close to bystanders, then we can take action, including seizing vehicles and arrest.

"We continue to proactively monitor information and intelligence, work closely with partners and landowners and would remind organisers of events that they must seek permission of the landowner and the district or city council.

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"If you have concerns or information on any criminal activity taking place, please contact us on 101 or 999 in an emergency. You can also report vehicle crime through Hants SNAP, which is a police initiative aimed at dealing with alleged road traffic offences."

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