Centerville Police looking for teens who have been harassing couple ‘far too long’

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CENTERVILLE, Utah (ABC4 News) – Police in Centerville are looking to identify individuals who they say have been harassing a couple for too long. 

In a post on the Centerville Police Facebook page, officers said there is a home in the southeast portion of Centerville where teenage boys like to harass the couple who lives there. 

“The harassment has been going on for way too long, things like shutting off their power in the late evening to hitting their windows with water balloons late at night causing them alarm and fear, and more,” said the post. “This is just a sad situation that we would like to help stop.”

If anyone recognizes the person in the pictures, or who knows anything about this, police would like you to do two things. 

“First, tell those responsible to knock it off and grow up. Secondly, please contact us so we can help persuade them to knock it off and grow up.”

You can contact Centerville Police at 801-292-8441

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