A SICK Pair of suspected ‘Asian’ vandals have been accused of destroying a World War One memorial in Slough, Berkshire, it has been claimed.
The vandal and an accomplice were allegedly caught on CCTV destroying a touching memorial that was erected in Slough High Street.
Local media reported that the silhouette of a ‘Tommy’ was put up on a plinth as part of the ‘there but not there’ campaign to remember soldiers killed in the First World War.
The metal silhouette of the Tommy soldier was BENT and TWISTED by the pair of sick bearded vandals.
The memorial has now had to be removed, angering locals and sparking a manhunt for the culprits, Politicalite is now offering a £250 CASH reward for information.
DO YOU KNOW THE SUSPECTS?
The attack was recorded by CCTV at 3.24am on Thursday, March 21.
Slough Borough Council has released the image of two men and is calling on locals to name the pair.
The Mayor Paul Sohal said: “This is a wanton act of vandalism on a statue that was not only beautiful and poignant but a symbol that Slough had not forgotten those people who had sacrificed their lives 100 years on.
“For someone to grab it, twist it and damage it beyond repair in a moment is just malicious idiocy and is a disgrace to the memory of all those who gave their lives.
“I hope someone comes forward and recognises the person in the images so police can speak to them about this and I hope the person responsible feels very ashamed of themselves for their actions.”
Anyone with information should contact Politicalite at email@example.com or call police on 101 quoting crime reference number 43190086624 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
£250 REWARD FOR INFORMATION*
Politicalite UK Ltd is offering a £250 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects. *TERMS APPLY.
Politicalite UK Ltd’s offer of a total reward of £250 (TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY POUNDS ONLY) is for information provided to Politicalite UK Ltd which leads to the arrest of the and conviction of the two suspects who allegedly destroyed a WW1 Memorial in March 2019.
This reward is subject to the following terms and conditions and will only be payable in accordance with them.
To be eligible to claim the reward, you must have provided information to Politicalite UK Ltd which leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspect(s).
You must be over 18, a UK resident, and you must be the person who provided the information to us.
If more than one person provides information that fully meets these criteria, the reward will be divided equally between the claimants.
The following people are not eligible to claim the reward or any part of it: (i) anyone who in the reasonable belief of Politicalite UK Ltd has any foreknowledge of or involvement in the crime (ii) any accomplice, relative, or friend of any suspect and (iii) serving police officers, or civilians working with or for the police, or any emergency services (iv) staff of Politicalite.
The offer of a reward will, unless renewed by Politicalite UK Ltd, automatically terminate on 1.8.2019.
The conditions set out hereunder are subject to variation only by Politicalite who will, at all times, will have the final decision over the terms and conditions, and payment of the reward.
No payment(s) will be made until the Editor of Politicalite has received confirmation from police as to the legitimacy of the claim(s) to the reward.
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