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Spate of vandalism on Moreton Hall estate

Overturned rubbish bins and broken signage - evidence of the vandalism on the Moreton Hall Estate at the weekend ANL-140804-104408001

Overturned rubbish bins and broken signage - evidence of the vandalism on the Moreton Hall Estate at the weekend ANL-140804-104408001

Signs and bins have been uprooted in Moreton Hall during a ‘weekend of mindless vandalism’.

St Edmundsbury Borough Councillor Frank Warby described the damage as ‘mindless’ and said that petty vandalism had been going on for months in the area.

He said: “Any damage caused on the estate is a worry because it costs tax payers money to get it repaired and cleaned up.”

Last weekend a sign and bin were damaged in a field off Bedingfield Way and a second sign broken in Raedwald Drive.

Cllr Warby said a dog bin was also removed from its post and its contents discarded on a path.

A spokesperson for Suffolk Police said: “If anyone witnessed any of these acts of criminal damage or knows who is responsible we would ask them to call the Bury East/West Safer Neighbourhood Team on 101. Additionally if anyone is aware of any more damage that has not been reported to police then please get in touch immediately.”

 

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