Graffiti found on bus stop and children’s play equipment in Chatteris

PUBLISHED: 15:23 06 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:13 06 October 2017

Graffiti has been found at East Park Street, Wenny Park, High Street and Cromwell Community College in Chatteris. Photo: POLICING MARCH AND CHATTERIS

Graffiti has been found at East Park Street, Wenny Park, High Street and Cromwell Community College in Chatteris. Photo: POLICING MARCH AND CHATTERIS

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Police are appealing for information after a vandal went on a graffiti spree around the centre of Chatteris last month.

Graffiti has been found at East Park Street, Wenny Park, High Street and Cromwell Community College in Chatteris. Photo: POLICING MARCH AND CHATTERIS Graffiti has been found at East Park Street, Wenny Park, High Street and Cromwell Community College in Chatteris. Photo: POLICING MARCH AND CHATTERIS

The graffiti – which appears to be in the shape on an ‘A’ – was found on a bus stop on East Park Street, children’s play equipment at Wenny Park and on High Street on September 24.

Cromwell Community College has also been targeted.

Graffiti has been found at East Park Street, Wenny Park, High Street and Cromwell Community College in Chatteris. Photo: POLICING MARCH AND CHATTERIS Graffiti has been found at East Park Street, Wenny Park, High Street and Cromwell Community College in Chatteris. Photo: POLICING MARCH AND CHATTERIS

A police spokesman said: “CCTV checks are ongoing and investigations are continuing.

“If anyone has any information regarding this damage they can call 101, quoting CF055176091.”

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