A large police presence was seen at Commonside West after ‘hundreds’ of people attended an illegal rave on Saturday.
Pictures and videos show police officers dispersing crowds who were first seen on the field behind The Windmill Pub.
The rave reportedly started just after 10.00 pm with police seen in attendance at around 12.18 am on July 12.
Around seven police vehicles reportedly turned up to the unlicensed event- which resulted in people breaking up into smaller groups.
Party-goers were seen getting back into their cars which tailed back along the A236 on Commonside West.
This is the second illegal rave to take place behind the Windmill Pub – with the first taking place on June 25.
The event saw hundreds in attendance with reports of the event taking place until the early hours of the morning (June 26).
Thousands across the UK have been caught participating in illegal raves in, Brixton, Wandsworth, Notting Hill, Tottenham, Birmingham and Hove.
The events have seen local policing units such as Wandsworth, issue three section 35 dispersal orders between June 27 to July 9.
Metropolitan Police took to Twitter yesterday ( July 11) to speak about the recent events.
Unlicensed Music Events are dangerous and often attract violence.
We’ll respond to reports from concerned communities to disperse large groups attending unregulated events.
If you’re aware of an event contact us.
— Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) July 11, 2020