Police called as man causes disturbance at Jobcentre
A MAN was reprimanded by police after shouting in the Jobcentre and causing a disturbance.
Two police cars attended the Jobcentre on King Edward Street on Thursday morning after staff reported a disturbance at the branch.
A man was shouting as he walked into the branch.
Officers spoke to the man after complaints about his behaviour but no arrest was made.
A police spokesman said that officers were called at 10.15am on Thursday to the Jobcentre Plus branch.
The spokesman said: “Police attended the Jobcentre in King Edward Street following reports of a disturbance.
“A 21-year-old man was advised about his behaviour.”
●● Police were called to the Jobcentre in Macclesfield after reports of a disturbance