Ottery St Mary toilet vandals condemned
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The town’s only public lavatory had to be closed this week
Ottery’s mayor has condemned vandals who targeted the town’s last remaining public toilet at the weekend.
The culprits broke the toilet chain and cistern in the Flexton facility and destroyed the light casing, forcing the town council to close the site.
Mayor Glyn Dobson said: “It’s a pity that the last remaining public toilet in the town has been vandalised and we have had to close it.”
Police confirmed the incident happened between the evening of Saturday, February 6, and Sunday 7.
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Anyone who may have seen anything suspicious can contact police quoting reference: CR-008845-16 by calling 101 and asking for the Ottery Neighbourhood Police Team.
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