Club asset vandalised.

2 months ago By Kelly Homer

During half term the community defibrillator was vandalised.

Sadly as many of you may have read in the Oxford Mail today the news that the community defibrillator that was hung on the wall outside the club house has been vandalised and left in pieces on the pitch.
The incident was reported to the police on the 14 February by a local dog walker who found what was left of the defibrillator on the pitch in Boults Lane.
Police have now taken what is left for evidence. The club have now contacted British Heart Foundation who supplied us with the defibrillator.
There have been a number of incidents in the area recently including vandalism to trees, memorial benches, and sheds in the allotments.

If anyone has any information about this or any of the incidents that have happened recently please contact PC Sarah Magro on Thames Valley Police non emergency number 101.

Updated 21:38 - 21 Feb 2017 by Kelly Homer

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