Hundreds of people take part in illegal raves at unused stores.
There was a massive police response to a party at Carpetright in Strood Retail Park at 11:30 pm, and a man was arrested.
WATCH: Police attend illegal raves at Strood Retail Park
Up to 10 police vehicles are parked outside the store while ravers party.
After leaving the store, young people were seen walking along Station Road, Strood, and outside the Rochester train station.
Police confirmed a 39-year-old man from Ashford was arrested on charges of conspiring to violate public order and supplying psychoactive substances (nitrous oxide).
Police spokesman Steve Knight said: "Kent police officers attended the Strood Retail Park following reports of antisocial behavior by young people traveling to the site.
"It was determined that music events that were allegedly not licensed were being held in an unused warehouse with a large number of people present.
WATCH: The police were at the scene this morning
"Officers remain on site to prevent possible violations of peace, ensure public safety and identify if criminal violations have been committed.
"The question is ongoing."
This morning, police officers were at the scene of their investigation.
The shelled shop is full of empty bottles and there is drug equipment outside.
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