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Vandals spray trail of graffiti in Deeping St James

Graffiti at Woody Heights skatepark, in Linchfield Road, Deeping St James. Photo supplied by police

Graffiti at Woody Heights skatepark, in Linchfield Road, Deeping St James. Photo supplied by police

 

Police are hunting for the vandals who sprayed a trail of graffiti around a skatepark and on road signs, bus stops and park benches.

Crude words and images were daubed in blue and red paint around Woody Heights skatepark in Linchfield Road, Deeping St James, on Monday night.

And a number of road signs, fences and bus stops were sprayed in Thackers Way, Burchenell Close, Foxgloves, Lady Margarets Avenue, Knights Close and Crowson Way.

Police community support officer Michelle Laughton appealed to anyone who might have seen the vandals to come forward.

She added: “Whoever did this must have got paint on them. If any kids have come home or been seen with blue or red on their hands, shoes or clothing, please let us know.”

Woody Heights is owned and maintained by Deeping St James Parish Council. The graffiti was spotted by a council-employed groundsman, who reported it to the parish clerk.

Call 101 quoting incident 61 of January 21.

Photos supplied by police.

 

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