Can you help police trace teenagers after play area was damaged in Lowestoft?
Police are appealing for help tracing three teenagers after equipment was damaged at a Lowestoft play area.
Overnight on Wednesday, July 22 a fence was pushed over and thrown into the play area at Oulton Community Centre in Meadow Road, and goal posts were pulled up and dragged across the field.
At the same time, signs at a nearby property were damaged and police would like to speak to three boys about the incidents.
One is described as medium build, wearing knee-length shorts with a rucksack, another is of medium build, wearing a peak cap, light top and dark bottoms, while the third was of a similar build, wearing a hooded top with stripes down the sleeves, a long-sleeved top with a bold stripe across the chest and knee-length shorts.
Anyone who recognises these descriptions or has information should call the Lowestoft Safer Neighbourhood Team on 101, quoting crime LO/15/4207.
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