Public toilets at the Church Street block in Holt were recently subjected to vandalism, which left them damaged and in need for some serious repairs, a news report in the local media has recently revealed.
A window was broken and a fence panel was damaged at the town council-owned toilet, off the High Street, which was locked at the time. The crime was reported to the police by a cleaner, and the council’s clerks estimate that between £250-£300 worth of damage was caused.
Witnesses or anyone with information about the vandalism are currently asked to get in touch with the police and share any sort of information they might have on the case.
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