Search to find those responsible for senseless damage at Watermead Country Park

Damage at Watermead Park (photo)Memorial trees and benches were amongst the items damaged at Watermead Country Park at the weekend.

It’s believed that the suspects have entered the park at the Wanlip Road, Syston entrance and made their way to John Merrick Lake where they caused significant amounts of damage to property.

Enquiries are ongoing into the incident which is believed to have taken place between the evening of Saturday 11 April and morning of Sunday 12 April.

Disabled benches, memorial trees and bins were damaged during the incident.

PC 2995 Ian Mundy is investigating the incident:

“The people who have committed these thoughtless acts of vandalism have no regard for the affect their actions would have on the people whose memories of their loved ones have been violated.

“We need to catch the people responsible and would urge anyone who has any information about the incident or the perpetrators to get in touch.”

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