The police will deal with the inconvenience caused by the vehicles in Shell Van Dijk

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Monitoring will be increased near Shell Van Dyck as part of Operation Safe Suriname (OVS). The Suriname Police Force just announced this.

It turns out that sometimes during the week, but almost every weekend, large groups of people gather with their cars at Wilhelminastraat near Shell van Dijck. Suriname police said their behavior is causing a lot of inconvenience in the area.

Both entrepreneurs and locals every weekend face issues such as noise pollution, alcohol use in public places, litter left in front of homes and businesses, vehicles parked in driveways and blocking access to shops and businesses.

Despite police taking action against these vandals in Wilhelminastraat, people are still guilty of this anti-social behaviour. In light of legal regulations such as Nuisance Law, Police Penal Code, Driving Law, Driving Ordinance and Criminal Law, the police will take strict action against violators in the future in order to ensure public order, peace and safety.

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