Bromsgrove church hall windows smashed

BROMSGROVE police are investigating vandalism over three nights at a town church hall.

Three windows were smashed at All Saints Church Hall, in Burcot Lane, on the evening of Sunday, November 24.

Another window was broken the following night, November 25, at around 9pm when the hall was occupied by members of Bromsgrove Arts Society.

A member of the group saw a couple of youngsters, aged around 12 to 15, riding away from the area on bikes.

A further three windows were broken last Wednesday night, November 27.

All the windows were smashed after bricks were thrown.

Around £320 worth of damage has been caused, and the church is now looking at adding grills to the windows.

Tony  Turpin, from the church and who helps run the arts society, said: "If anybody from the arts society had been underneath the windows, they would have been hurt.

"There has also been vandalism in the past - we have to keep fund-raising to pay for it."

Anyone with information is asked to call the police on non emergency number 101, quoting incident number 584S271113.

Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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