Crewe Vagrants sports and social club, Willaston

Police say they have identified three youths in connection with a spate of vandalism at Crewe Vagrants sports and social club in Willaston.

Officers on Willaston-Wistaston beat say they have tracked three male youths as those suspected of gaining entry to the Sports Club on Newcastle Road, currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a social media post, police said: “Positive action to be taken! Any breaches/suspicions, call 101 #TackleNotTolerate #NotOnOurBeat.”

Officials at the club say they have had problems with break ins and vandalism for the past two weeks.

Damage has been caused to the cricket pitch and score board, hanging baskets have been smashed, and cattle from a neighbouring field have been allowed on to pitches.

Offenders also tried to break in to the clubhouse.

It’s believed officers could also fine parents for allowing youths out during the current pandemic lockdown.

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Willaston Police Facebook post

2 Comments

  1. Barry says:

    They should be at home,they should not be mixing with friends at this current time.
    What are the parents doing?
    They have no reason to go out on their own,except for exercise.
    Once found please fine both the parents and the idiots who find this sort of thing fun.

  2. lesley says:

    Police should be allowed to post mug shots of the youths.

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