Four childen aged between seven and 11 charged after sensory garden for deaf and blind people vandalised

Four childen aged between seven and 11 charged after sensory garden for deaf and blind people vandalised
 

FOUR children aged between seven and 11 have been charged over the vandalism of a sensory garden used by deaf and blind people.
Part of a water feature was broken last weekend and graffiti was left on a wall in the garden in Camelon near Falkirk.
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Forth Valley Sensory Centre said it was saddened by the damage.
Police said four children will be referred to the children's reporter over the incident.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: "Police in Forth Valley investigating the vandalism of a sensory garden in Camelon have... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 38
Source: Daily Record
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