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Youths set fire to T-shirt at Deeping Rangers Football Club in Market Deeping after spending the night there




A gang of youths have caused damage to a football pitch in Market Deeping after setting a T-Shirt on fire.

Lincolnshire Police said they were called to Deeping Rangers' Haydon Whitham Stadium at about 8.40am this morning (August 14) and found the T-shirt had been set on fire in front of the grandstand.

The five youths had spent the night sheltering at the club and two of them have been spoken to but CCTV is being used to identify the other three.

The grandstand at Deeping Rangers
The grandstand at Deeping Rangers

Inspector Rachel Blackwell, neighbourhood policing inspector for Stamford, Bourne and the Deepings, said: "If your teenager was out of the house all night and has returned home this morning, we'd like to hear from you if you think they were involved.

"Police targeted patrols continue."

Anyone with information should call Lincolnshire Police on 101 and quote incident number 73 of August 14.

The damage caused to the pitch by the fire
The damage caused to the pitch by the fire

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