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Vandals continue to plague Henley

Stratford Editorial 17th Apr, 2016 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

MYSTERY vandals continue to plague Henley.

Pupils and teachers returned to River House School on Stratford Road after the weekend to find a summer house they had built in the school grounds had been burnt down.

Trees in a woodland were also chopped down and destroyed last year and several of the Henley-in-Bloom plant pots on the High Street were broken in the new year.

And several thousand pounds worth of damage was caused when stained glass windows in St Peter’s Church in Wooton Wawen were broken.

PC Sue Blundell said: “Anti-social behaviour can have a far-reaching impact on the community.

“We have increased patrols in the area, and are keen to engage with the local community about how we tackle local issues. “We are updating residents via our page on the Warwickshire Police website with weekly updates on notable incidents.”

People should report incidents of vandalism and antisocial behavior by calling 101.

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