Police issue CCTV images after Portsmouth pub toilet is vandalised

CCTV images issued by police
CCTV images issued by police
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THESE images have been by police after a urinal was broken off a wall in pub.

Hampshire police released the CCTV after two men were seen coming out of a disabled toilet in The Festing pub in Festing Road, Southsea.

A police spokesman said a group of 10 men were drinking in the pub prior to the damage.

He added: ‘Two began play fighting during which they knocked a glass off the table causing it to smash and the group was asked to leave.

‘While finishing their drinks, a member of staff went to check the disabled toilets and heard the sound of something being smashed.

‘The member of staff saw two men coming out of the men’s toilets.

‘On checking the toilets afterwards, it was discovered that a urinal had been smashed off the wall and was left in bits on the floor.’

The damage is said to be valued at £800.

It happened between 7.15pm and 8.15pm on May 10.

The first man was white, in his late 20s, 5ft 6in tall, slim, had dark hair and a short dark beard.

He was wearing a pink T-shirt with a large black cross on the front, light blue denim shorts and a pair of trainers. The second man was white, in his late 20s, 6ft 3in tall and slim.

He had light-brown or dark-blonde medium-length slightly curly hair.

He was wearing blue jeans, a light blue long-sleeve denim shirt and had stubble.

Anyone with information should call PC Chris Heslin on 101.