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Appeal for Information on Public Toilet Vandalism in Hailsham

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Photo of graffiti vandalism to North Street Public Toilets 

Town Council officials in Hailsham have issued an appeal for information after vandals defaced the walls with graffiti inside the public toilet building in North Street.

The damage to the public toilet building took place over the weekend and was discovered by a cleaning contractor, who successfully removed the graffiti from the walls, mirrors, fixtures and fittings residents and reported the incident to the Town Council.

The Town Council is urging anyone with information about who may be responsible for causing this act of vandalism to contact the police immediately by calling 101.

“We are appalled by the vandalism at the public toilets in North Street,” said Deputy Town Clerk & Business Enterprise Manager Mickey Caira. “This is vandalism on a facility used daily by our community and is unacceptable anti-social behaviour.”

“A lot of money and time goes into maintaining our buildings and providing these much-needed facilities for the local community so, if anyone has any information regarding the graffiti or witnessed any behaviour on site that looked suspicious, please report it to Sussex Police as early as possible.”

Enquiries relating to this media release

Terry Hall, Communications Officer
Hailsham Town Council, Market Street, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2AE
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