PEOPLE living in high-rise blocks neighbouring Southsea Common have been told to be careful about poking long-lens cameras out their windows when US president Donald Trump is in town.

Monday, 3rd June 2019, 6:37 pm
Updated Monday, 3rd June 2019, 11:08 pm

Hampshire police are carrying out a major operation to keep the public, D-Day veterans, the Queen aand visiting heads of state safe on June 5.

More road closures are set to be in force from Tuesday. Police have been speaking with people living in the area.

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Hampshire police have a large presence in Southsea ahead of the D-Day 75 commemorations on June 5. Pictured is: Officers in Southsea giving residents advice ahead of the commemorations.Picture: Hampshire police

A spokeswoman said they had ‘warned people against long lenses’ amid security concerns when US president Donald Trump is in Portsmouth on Wednesday.

Portsmouth is hosting the national commemorative event for D-Day 75 at Southsea Common.