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AudlemOnline has received this distressing report from BCMB

"All of us at BCBM would like to ask the residents of Audlem to help us try and find the culprits who three times in the last six months have vandalised the outside of our office.

"This has happened again sometime during the evening or overnight last night by overturning a very large stand holding boating information and hundreds of newspapers. These where strewn all over the village. It has taken us some time this morning to clear up all of this damage.

"Also we understand that a car behind the coop was a victim, and a bike was thrown in a hedge near said car.

"We will be grateful for your help as this is becoming more than just a one off incident.

"Thank you from all of us at BCBM"

The official line is that anyone observing such events should report them to the police, using the 101 number.

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