Vandals smash ornaments on baby's grave in Chaddesden
Police in Derby are appealing for witnesses after ornaments were smashed by vandals on a baby's grave.
The damage was discovered by the mother of the child when she went to visit the grave in the autumn section of the Nottingham Road cemetery in Chaddesden on Friday, September 30.
Several items including a glass lantern, butterfly ornament and Winnie the Pooh ornament were smashed.
IN OTHER NEWS: Man assaulted and robbed in Derby city centre PC Jodi Coombes said: "Obviously it has been very upsetting for the mother to find these items damaged. She now lives quite a distance from the... read more
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