Several buildings near Burbage’s Hinckley Road Park hit by graffiti – and police want to hear from anyone who spotted ‘suspicious’ activity

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 7 February 2022

BURBAGE POLICE officers want to hear from anyone who spotted any suspicious activity at the start of the month, after several buildings near Hinckley Road Park were hit with graffiti by vandals.

Spray can (Stock photo)

Today (7 February), in a post for the online Burbage Parish Council newsletter, the Burbage Beat Team, stated that several buildings near Hinckley Road Park were hit by vandals who left graffiti on the walls six days ago, on Tuesday, 1 February.

The graffiti was sprayed on the walls sometime between 7.15pm and 10.30pm that evening.

The beat team stated that officers have completed work to try and identify the suspects, but they want to hear from anybody who spotted suspicious activity.

A spokesperson for the Burbage Beat Team, explained: “If you were in the area, please have a think if you saw anyone acting suspicious around the buildings on the park.“

“Removing the paint is a long process and we would like to keep Burbage looking nice for all residents”, they further stressed.

Anybody with information is being encouraged to get in touch with officers with as much information as possible on the suspects.

Those with details can inform officers on their non-emergency number of 101, or alternatively, report a crime through the Leicestershire Police website, linked here.

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