Juveniles have caused mindless vandalism at the old St Josephs college site on Tilston Road this week, with damage reported to many of the windows in the old property. Man hole covers had been ripped off and huge deep holes left uncovered which Police say was both reckless and dangerous.
Local residents have endured a number of incidents at the site with groups of young people congregating at the old college and then creating chaos as they smash their way through each floor of the property.
Police are appealing for residents to report any incidents of vandalism or suspicious activity in the village to them, Cheshire Police can be contacted on 101 (Non emergency) of if an emergency 999.
As the Summer holidays approach we need to ensure that are young people are safe and not engaging in mindless acts of vandalism. Its important for the whole village to work together to prevent such incidents happening in our community again.
If you know anything about the recent incidents of vandalism at St Josephs please do contact Cheshire Constabulary.
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