Vandalism

July 04th 2019

Regrettably, the two timber containers, which house the wheelie bins, at the entrance to and inside Green Lane Park by the Youth Shelter, have been vandalised – see photos.
The matter has been reported to the Police who have asked us to update their contact information – see below:
Anyone with any information about the matter – and specifically who was responsible – is asked to contact either:
101 non emergency contact or
101@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk – non urgent matter but wish for the Neighbourhood team to be made aware of information/crime which is not taking place at that time or
999 if it is an emergency and an immediate response is required.
Please refer to case number: CR 059 358 – 19
The container inside the park was also vandalised both in April and again in May and was repaired following both occasions. The latest incident has now seen the brand-new padlock (which was fitted very recently), also being covered with expanding glue.
Thank you for your co-operation.

 

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