Appeal to find vandals who attacked and damaged fire station in Portchester

Damage to the window at Portchester Fire Station, in Station Road, Portchester, caused by vandals on Jan 30 Picture: Portchester Fire Station / Hampshire Fire and Rescue
Damage to the window at Portchester Fire Station, in Station Road, Portchester, caused by vandals on Jan 30 Picture: Portchester Fire Station / Hampshire Fire and Rescue
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AN APPEAL has been launched to find vandals who damaged a retained fire station.

The attack saw two windows at Portchester Fire Station, in Station Road, Portchester, smashed overnight on Sunday.

The damage was discovered by firefighters yesterday morning, who said that further vandalism had taken place in Kelvin Grove.

A Twitter post from the station said: ‘Station vandalised in the early hours of this morning, two windows smashed, any info contact @HantsPolice @Hants_fire.’

Call police on 101 with information.