Revellers planning an illegal rave at a car park in Sunderland have been warned they may face a advantageous for breaching coronavirus guidelines.
It comes after an occasion was posted on Facebook promoting an occasion on the Sunderland Civic Centre car park on January 8.
Hosted by ‘Sunderland Partypeople’, the occasion appeared standard after 148 individuals responded to say they have been going whereas 489 mentioned they have been .
The description instructed potential revellers to “carry your personal alcohol, no bother and ages from 15.”
Police officers at the moment are attempting to trace down the organisers and have warned individuals a rave is a breach of the present lockdown.
A Northumbria Police spokesperson mentioned: “We can verify we’re conscious of this occasion and efforts are being made to determine the organisers.
“We would remind anybody pondering of attending that this may be a breach of present laws and also you face being issued with a advantageous.
“We all have to work collectively as a group to stop the unfold of coronavirus and occasions of this nature are fully unacceptable.
“We need to thank the vast majority of people who find themselves adhering to the restrictions at present in place to save lots of lives and we’d proceed to ask for your assist throughout these unprecedented instances.”