Torquay Christmas fair vandalised: CCTV

Mid Devon Star: Torquay Christmas fair vandalised: CCTV Torquay Christmas fair vandalised: CCTV

Police in Torquay have released CCTV stills of a group of men they would like to speak to in connection with the vandalism of a Christmas fair in the town.

Christmas lights, attached to nine market huts outside the Town Hall, are seen on CCTV being attacked by four men in the early hours of Sunday 8 December.

The suspects are seen ripping the paper off one of the huts which had been made up to look like a giant Christmas present.

Police are now trying to identify four men (pictured) who left the harbourside area around 3.50am on 8 December and walked up through the town.

Inspector Adrian Leisk called it a senseless crime adding: “A significant amount of effort has gone in to organising this display for families and local people to enjoy and celebrate Christmas, and to destroy it in this manner shows a complete disregard for their efforts.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the police on 101 quoting crime reference FT/13/8416.

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