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Appeal after obscene graffiti is written at Crowden public toilets

Posted on 19th January 2017

We are appealing for information following graffiti damage to public toilets in Crowden.

Sometime between Monday, January 9 and Monday, January 16, obscene graffiti was written on the men’s toilet wall and door at Crowden car park public toilets on the A628 Woodhead Road.

PCSO Brian Buller from the area’s Safer Neighbourhood team said: “The toilets are situated in a popular Peak District National Park beauty spot so are visited by many members of the public.

"We are appealing to the public in the hope that someone may know who is responsible for this damage.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact PCSO Brian Buller on 101, quoting 17000023421, or by sending him a message online  here

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