West Yorkshire, UK, Dec 4, 2019 -- West Yorkshire Police have warned the public of making nuisance calls - after a call regarding a 'haunted house'.
WYP Contact Centre tweeted: "The police can assist with many things, but one thing we can't help you with is if your house is haunted by a ghost.
"Especially when you call on 999.
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This is not the first time the force tweeted about nuisance calls to their 999 team.
In November, a call was made to 999 regarding a booking made on a website.
The force tweeted: "If you have an issues regarding a hotel booking you have made through a booking website, then you need to take this up with them to make the complaint and not call 999 as this is not an emergency. #Not999"
Other #Not999 calls included a child not wanting to go to school.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
About West Yorkshire Police:
West Yorkshire Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing West Yorkshire in England. It is the fourth largest force in England and Wales by number of officers, with 5671 officers.
Published: Friday, December 6, 2019
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