Reward offer for north Suffolk trailer vandals

PUBLISHED: 08:28 24 April 2011

The vandalised trailer

The vandalised trailer


A BUSINESSWOMAN is offering a reward to catch those responsible for defacing her advertising trailer.

The trailer, advertising Bargain Bathrooms, was left on a verge at London Road, in Kessingland, for three days, between 6pm on Wednesday, March 30 and 9am on Friday, April 1. During this time its tyres were deflated and blue paint was sprayed over it.

Amanda Hutton, 46, from Ilketshall St Andrew, near Halesworth, is offering a reward of £100 for information that leads to those responsible being convicted.

The two banners on the trailer, which cost £500, will have to be redone and refitted. The trailer is owned by Richard Burton who 
runs a design business.

Mr Burton, 45, has been using it across the region for three years but this is the first time an attack has happened.

He said: “Someone has clearly taken great pains to take the tyres down and paint over the contact details.”

If you have any information, call PCSO Ledbetter at Lowestoft on 01986 835300.

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