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Vandals cause thousands of pounds of damage after smashing windows at Sheerness police station in Millennium Way

14 July 2014
by Lewis Dyson

Police are investigating... after the front entrance of their own station in Sheerness was vandalised last night. 

Glass doors at the Millennium Way, Sheerness, site were broken at around 10.30pm, and it remains closed to members of the public with a cordon in place.
 
It will cost between £2,000 and £3,000 to replace them.

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The damage to the glass at Sheerness police station

The damage to the glass at Sheerness police station

 
Police are reviewing CCTV and inquiries will focus on identifying a man who is shown in the footage.
 
The front counter is likely to remain closed for today. If the doors need to be boarded up it could be closed for the foreseeable future, but if they need to be replaced it could reopen as early as tomorrow.
 
The sign on the window after the vandalism attack at Sheerness police station

The sign on the window after the vandalism attack at Sheerness police station

Tape has been put up at the entrance to Sheerness police station

Tape has been put up at the entrance to Sheerness police station

The entrance to the station

The entrance to the station

 
A police spokesman said it is not safe for members of the public to use the entrance and apologised for the inconvenience.
 
 
 
Video: Tape and damage seen outside Sheerness police station
 
He advised people who need to speak to reception should travel to Sittingbourne Police Station in Central Avenue, Sittingbourne, for today.

 


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