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PremierLeague-News.Com - Police are appealing for information following a break-in at Pinvin pre-school
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Police are appealing for information after a Worcestershire pre-school was targeted by 'mindless' vandals. Pinvin Pre-school was subjected to criminal damage which destroyed much of the children’s ‘forest school’ earlier this year. Between 4pm on February 26 and 8am on March 1, offenders broke into the pre-school school grounds at Pinvin Memorial Hall where they then threw plants and pots around, destroying them and leaving them strewn all over the floor. The offenders then gained access to the children's forest school and smashed various wooden structures and items for the children’s learning and enjoyment. PC Roleston-Lowe, from West Mercia Police, said: “The criminal damage is an act of mindless vandalism and selfishness and to target a pre-school and cause havoc for no reason, upsetting the children and the teachers is hard to understand. Read More Related Articles Worcestershire care home says it has 'lessons to learn' after tragic death of resident Read More Related Articles Updates - fire crews tackling blaze at Redditch retail park "The pre-school is an important part of our community and as you can see when we visited the children, they were over the moon at the lovely gesture by a caring local person and yes, playing with the lights and sirens helped a bit too.
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.” Following the break-in, someone in the community anonymously provided the school and the children with replacement flowers and plants. Room Leader Jenny Richardson, from Pinvin Pre-School, said: “I would like to thank the person responsible for their very kind gesture which touched every single one of us here at the school. "The children have planted the flowers and are really enjoying fetching water from the allotments and making sure the flowers remain healthy.” Anyone can help with the police investigation is asked to get in touch on 101 and quote incident number 22/15814/21.
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