Appeal after nursery school vandalised in Musselburgh

Published 28 June 2018

Police in East Lothian are appealing for information after a nursery school building was vandalised in Musselburgh.

Eight windows were smashed overnight at Pinkie St Peter’s, Pinkie Road on Wednesday 27th June.

​No access was gained to the building.

Officers are now asking anyone who was in the vicinity on Tuesday night or Wednesday morning and who may have noticed anything suspicious to please get in contact.

Inspector Andrew Harborow of Haddington police station said: “Considerable damage has been caused to the school building and we are keen to trace those responsible.

“Anyone with information is asked to please get in touch with us quoting incident number 0686 of 27th June.”

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