Police have caught a teenager suspected of smashing the stained glass window of a historic church – and say they will speak to more people about nuisance behaviour.
Thousands of pounds of damage were caused after the Victorian glasswork at St Peter’s Church in Titchfield was smashed.
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The incident, which took place on Tuesday, also saw guttering damaged and tiles ripped from the roof.
A statement from police said: ‘We have been speaking to a number of people as part of this investigation. At this time, we have interviewed a 13-year-old boy from Fareham who has agreed to sign an Acceptable Behaviour Contract.
‘Our work continues, in partnership with Fareham Borough Council to tackle the issues of anti-social behaviour in this area and further people will be spoken to by police in due course.
‘Enquiries relating to these issues and the criminal damage remain ongoing.’