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Students warned to not let end of exam celebrations turn criminal after Police make two arrests

Students are being warned not to let their celebrations lead to criminal records. Photo: PA Images

Police in Devon are warning students to make sure their end of exams celebrations do not break the law.

It comes after officers made two arrests at Brixham College because of "repeated disorder".

Making an appeal to pupils' parents via Facebook, the Police have asked that they know where their children are during shortened school days in exam period. "We would also ask that you stop your children taking eggs and flour (and possibly flares or fireworks) from your home" ask officers.

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The posted has been shared hundreds of times on social media as the local force stresses that they will not tolerate crime being committed during celebrations.