Police equipped with night vision technology conducted patrols at Cotswold Airport last night following reports of trespassing.

After receiving multiple reports of individuals trespassing onto airport property, Cotswolds police attended the scene with high visibility vehicles.

There is no place to hide, Gloucestershire Police Specialist Ops wrote on Twitter.

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard: Police patrol Cotswold Airport Police patrol Cotswold Airport In March, police caught three trespassers in the airport who were causing damage and breaching Covid regulations.

Cotswold Police attended the airport on March 17 after reports of intruders and found three people, police said.

Cotswold Airport, formerly known as RAF Kemble, serves microlights, general aviation, corporate aircraft and airliners.

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At present solo pilots can fly from the airport, and on April 12 flying training will resume.

The AV8 Cafe remains closed.