Salisbury bus stops smashed by vandals

Police Car - Wiltshire Police - Blue Light (Mike Draper) (4)

12:50pm 14th February 2018

Two of the bus stops on a Salisbury estate have been smashed in one night - and police are treating it as criminal damage.

The shelters in Ridings Mead were targeted in the early hours of Friday morning (February 9th).

Officers are now investigating what happened and want our help with any information.


It's believed that the glass could have been smashed by items thrown from moving cars.

Wiltshire Police tell us they're checking CCTV cameras in the area as part of their enquiries.

If you can help police with any details about what happened, you can call them on 101.

You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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