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Six people were arrested at an out-of-control party in Kinross last night.

Police were called to an address on Selkirk Drive after they received reports of about 60 people aged between 15 and 20 creating a disturbance outside about 9.10pm.

The party was declared out of control just before 11pm, when party-goers refused police requests to move on.

The police dog squad, mounted officers and the regional operations group attended to help disperse the crowd.

There are no reports of anyone injured in the incident.

Four males and two females were arrested for offences, including disorderly conduct and failing to comply with a police order.

Four teenagers were returned to adults and one man was issued with a liquor infringement.

The West Australian

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