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Vandals smash windows at charity building in Louth

Vicky Dunn, from Groundwork Lincolnshire, next to the broken window panes

Vicky Dunn, from Groundwork Lincolnshire, next to the broken window panes

Mindless vandals have launched five separate attacks on a building that is home to a charity organsation.

Vicky Dunn, from environmental charity Groundwork Lincolnshire, said that window panes had been deliberately broken at their base in Navigation House in Riverhead Road, Louth, on five occasions since October.

Vicky discovered the latest damage this morning (February 3). At least three window panes had been cracked, although on previous occasions they had been completely smashed through.

Stones have found at the scene after each attack, having being thrown at the window.

Vicky said: “It started in October, and have been happening every few weeks. It even happened twice in November, and one of those times the window panes were smashed straight through.

“To whoever it is, please stop doing it. We are just an environmental charity, and there is nothing on our building to invite these kind of attacks.”

Lincolnshire Police are due to investigate tomorrow (February 4).

 

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