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Old folks’ rest home vandalised again

By Ashbourne News Telegraph  |  Posted: February 25, 2013

By GARETH BUTTERFIELD

  • 21/02/13 old people's hut damaged - St John Street, Ashbourne Damage the old people's shelter in St John Street

  • 21/02/13 old people's hut damaged - St John Street, Ashbourne Damage the old people's shelter in St John Street

  • 21/02/13 old people's hut damaged - St John Street, Ashbourne Damage the old people's shelter in St John Street

  • 21/02/13 old people's hut damaged - St John Street, Ashbourne Damage the old people's shelter in St John Street

  • 21/02/13 old people's hut damaged - St John Street, Ashbourne Damage the old people's shelter in St John Street

  • 21/02/13 old people's hut damaged - St John Street, Ashbourne Damage the old people's shelter in St John Street

  • 21/02/13 old people's hut damaged - St John Street, Ashbourne Damage the old people's shelter in St John Street

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POLICE are investigating another attack by vandals that led to the closure of a facility used by the elderly residents of Ashbourne.

Town hall staff were forced to close the town council-run Elderly Person’s Rest Room in St John Street on Wednesday afternoon, after damage was caused to its interior by a small group of people.

Light fittings had been smashed, tables were upturned and a large dent was put into one of the shelter’s heaters in the latest incident, which took place at around lunch time on Wednesday last week.

A spokesman for Ashbourne Police said one person had been interviewed in connection with the damage, and they were keen to speak to two others.

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