Memorial Christmas decorations vandalised at Norfolk hospice site
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Christmas decorations which were lit in memory of lost loved ones have been cut down at a Norfolk hospice site.
Every year the tree at East Coast Hospice in Gorleston is decorated in memorial Christmas decorations.
But a spokeperson for Norfolk Police said sometime between 3.45pm on Saturday, December 1 and 3.15pm on Tuesday, December 5, the lights were vandalised and no trespassing signs were damaged.
PC Grant Buchanan said: 'We will not tolerate any kind of criminal damage, but vandalism of this nature is particularly shocking and I am now appealing for anyone who may have information about the incident to contact police.'
Anyone with information should contact PC Grant Buchanan at Great Yarmouth Police Station on 101.
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