Police are appealing for witnesses after criminal damage was caused to a community building in the Moorlands. The incident happened at The Blythe Centre in Uttoxeter Road in Blythe Bridge on the evening of January 4.
Police are appealing for witnesses after criminal damage was caused to a community building in the Moorlands.
The incident happened at The Blythe Centre in Uttoxeter Road in Blythe Bridge on the evening of January 4.
PCSO James Naylor made the appeal for any witnesses to come froward through the Staffordshire Police online Smart Alert system on Friday (January 8).
He said: “Criminal damage has been caused to an electrical box and to Christmas lights which were connected to it.
“The lights were situated on top of the library on Uttoxeter Road in Blythe Bridge, and have been damaged beyond repair.
“Four persons were seen in the vicinity of the library at approximately 10pm on January 4.
“The damage is believed to have happened a short time later.”
Anyone with any further information about this incident is urged to contact Staffordshire Police on 101, through their social media outlets via Messenger on Facebook and private message on Twitter or through the force’s website atwww.staffordshire.police.uk/ro/report/ocr/af/how-to-report-a-crime.
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