Terrifying moment teen runs around residential street brandishing a MACHETE

A YOUNG thug is seen waving a huge machete as he dashes down a quiet residential street.

Shocking CCTV images show the youth brandishing an 18in blade in broad daylight last month.

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A machete-weilding thug brazenly pulls out the huge knife as he chases a rival in Lindley last month[/caption]

Armed officers rushed to the scene after terrified witnesses raised the alarm in Lindley near Huddersfield, West Yorks.

It is believed the sword-welding yob had been chasing a rival through the streets at around 2pm on November 7.

A 16-year-old boy was arrested after cops carried out a raid on a house nearby, residents told the Huddersfield Examiner.

Postman Andrew Green, who saw the shocking chase unfold, said the area has become riddled with serious crime over recent years.

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The yob was captured on CCTV brandishing the 18in blade as he ran through the streets[/caption]

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Police made one arrest in connection with the shocking knife chase last month[/caption]

He said: “It has been going on for a couple of years.

“They have been smoking weed and trying to intimidate me.

“I am not putting up with it any more.

“I have been woken up at 3am and 4am by the noise from scooters being ridden around.”

“Let’s hope the police and the courts use the full force of the law and remove this scum off the streets.”

West Yorkshire Police confirmed at the time that they had been called to the scene at around 2:06pm to reports that men had been seen in the street carrying “bladed weapons”.

The investigation is ongoing and no-one has yet been charged, police confirmed last night.

It comes amid a spate of knife crime across Huddersfield — as lawless Britain descends into yet more violence.

In February a mass gang brawl erupted at the busy Kingsgate Shopping Centre during which at least two men brandished weapons.

And in October three youths were wounded in a mass stabbing in the town centre.

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