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Police in Nairn calls for public's help after graffiti vandalism damaged walls near Jubilee Bridge


By Federica Stefani

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Police are appealing for infromation after following reports of vandalism involving graffiti in Nairn.
Police are appealing for infromation after following reports of vandalism involving graffiti in Nairn.

Police are appealing for information following reports of graffiti in Nairn.

The call comes after walls and road signs were vandalised along the local walk known as The Princes of Walk, close to Jubilee Bridge.

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Police Sergeant Dale Hansen of Nairn Police Office said: “We believe the damage has been caused on or around Friday, 17 November, 2023.

“There is nothing artistic about defacing property in this manner and we take this type of crime very seriously. It is vandalism, it is anti-social behaviour, an eyesore and, be in no doubt – it is a crime, one that costs individuals or organisations money to put right.

“Anyone who knows who was responsible should contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting CR/0404509/23.”




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