Published:
June 26, 2016
Mean vandals smash windows of two Burnham-On-Sea charity shops

Two charity shops in Burnham-On-Sea are counting the cost of vandalism after several windows were smashed.

The RNLI shop and The Children's Society shop - both in Burnham High Street - had their front windows cracked by vandals during the early hours of Saturday (June 25th).

Neither shop had anything stolen, but the two charities face expensive bills for repairs.

Burnham-On-Sea Police are appealing for anyone with information about how the damage took place to contact them on the non-emergency line 101.

Pictured: Top, Burnham RNLI's Mary Summers examines the damage at the High Street shop. Above, the boarded-up window at The Children's Society

 

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