Graffiti daubed over Wem skate park
0 Comments Wem Town Council is appealing for information after the ramps in the recreational ground were painted with graffiti on Wednesday morning.
A statement on the town council's website says those responsible were caught on CCTV.
It says: "We are working with the police to identify them."
The words "Salop edition" and "community spirit" were daubed on the ramps.
Anyone with information should contact the town council.
Recently the men's toilets off Newport Road, in Market Drayton, had to be closed following the discovery of extensive graffiti.
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