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Veterans charity damaged in King's Lynn

Veterans charity damaged in King's Lynn

Published by Grace Mcgachy
10:37am 12th February 2019.

A King's Lynn charity for veterans has been damaged. 

Norfolk police were called to Bridge for Heroes shortly after 9am on Monday (11th Feb).

They told KLFM they were investigating an incident of criminal damage on South Clough Lane. 

 

Bridge for heroes garden

 

Officers say that plants were damaged in the incident and a sign was ripped. 

Police are appealing for witnesses.

Anyone with any information should contact police on 101. 

 

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