Police hunt for 10-year-old girls after Bradwell play area is damaged

PUBLISHED: 15:53 25 June 2012

POLICE are hunting for two girls after a children’s play area was damaged.

Officers are trying to trace the girls, thought to be aged around 10-years-old, after they were captured on CCTV damaging a square of tarmac at the play area in Green Lane, Bradwell, at 5.30pm on Tuesday, June 19.

The girls are both described a white, of slim build, with long dark hair and one of the girls was wearing a white top and black trousers while the other wore a black sleeveless top and white shorts over black leggings.

Anyone who saw the incident or who has information about who the girls are should call Bradwell beat manager PC Steve Hughes using the new police non-emergency number 101.

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