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Teens who vandalised dugout agree to clean it up

PUBLISHED: 10:09 15 July 2019 | UPDATED: 08:31 17 July 2019

Teenagers who used spray paint to vandalise a dugout in Newton Flotman have agreed to clean it up. Photo: Police

Teenagers who used spray paint to vandalise a dugout in Newton Flotman have agreed to clean it up. Photo: Police

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Teenagers who used spray paint to vandalise a dugout in Newton Flotman have agreed to clean it up.

Norfolk police said the dugout at the village's football club was damaged in June, with paint sprayed on walls and a nearby path.

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Seven teenagers were identified as the offenders and agreed to spend a few hours cleaning up the paint, police said.

"This generated a positive reaction amongst the teenagers involved with a number of additional people wanting to get involved and help with the clean up," a Norfolk police spokesperson said.

Police posted a photograph of the clean-up at Newton Flotman, located in South Norfolk, on Friday, July 12.


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