Appeal following criminal damage to football changing rooms in Haxby
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North Yorkshire Police is appealing for assistance to identify a number of youths involved in causing criminal damage to the football changing rooms on Ethel Ward, Calf Close in Haxby.
The incident occurred on Wednesday 8 June between 7.50pm and 8pm and involved three males, and one female, who are believed to be aged between 13 and 16-years-old.
The group were seen running towards and kicking the door, causing it to break open and causing costly damage before running away across the field.
They had a couple of bikes with them and were said to be amongst a larger group of youths sat on the steps to the building.
The incident was captured on CCTV and enquiries to identify those involved are ongoing.
The first boy is described as white, of slim build, aged around 13 to 14-years-old, with short blond hair. He was wearing dark, thick rimmed rectangle glasses and a grey hooded jumper with a black gillet, black skinny fit tracksuit bottoms with a small white logo to the top of the left leg and black trainers.
The second boy is described as white, of slim build, aged around 14 to 16-years-old, with short brown hair. He was wearing black Adidas tracksuit bottoms with stripes down both sides and Adidas written on the back left calf, black Adidas trainers with three white stripes and white soles. He was also wearing a thick navy blue puffa jacket with a small white logo to the left chest.
The third boy is described as white, of slim build, aged around 14 to 16-years-old with short dark blond hair. He was wearing a slim fit black t-shirt with a small white symbol to the right chest and a matching dark grey tracksuit with a white logo on top of the left leg and a thin white stripe down the sides. The tracksuit top was tied around his neck at the time and he was also wearing all black trainers.
The girl is described as white, of medium build, aged around 14 to 16-years-old with blond hair which was worn in two French plaits. She was wearing black leggings, a black short zip up top with black trainers with white laces and white soles.
Anyone with information that could assist the investigation should email [email protected].
You can also call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2, and ask for Claire-Louise Viney.
If you wish to remain anonymous, you can pass information to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Please quote the North Yorkshire Police reference number 12220098947