Coronary club members' cars vandalised at Fort Hill Community School

Basingstoke Gazette: Coronary club members have cars vandalised at Fort Hill Community School Coronary club members have cars vandalised at Fort Hill Community School

ELEVEN cars belonging to members of a coronary care club were vandalised while they were parked at a Basingstoke secondary school.

The vehicles, belonging to members of Basingstoke Coronary Care Club, were targeted while the owners were taking part in an exercise session at Fort Hill Community School, in Kenilworth Road, Winklebury.

Ted Nash, 86, from Simmons Walk, Basingstoke, had his wing mirror damaged on his Honda Civic.

The father-of-six and grandfather-of-10 said: “The nearside mirror, which is electric, was ripped off and it’s going to cost me £344 to fix.”

The cars were damaged in the car park at Fort Hill on Friday, February 7, between 6pm and 7.30pm.

Anyone with information about the incident can call Basingstoke police on 101.

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11:37pm Sun 16 Feb 14

alan partridge says...

Aha!

Scum! Subhuman Scum.
Aha! Scum! Subhuman Scum. alan partridge

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