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Vandalism at family run bus company enough to finish business


Vandalism at a family run bus company in the Moorlands is said to have caused around £40,000 worth of damage.

Aimees travel say they were alerted to a large number of people on their site. When they attended a number of vehicles had been damaged including busses used to transport additional needs children to school.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact police on 101 or crime stoppers anonymously




Aimees travel posted to social media to share the news

“OVER £40.000 POUNDS WORTH OF DAMAGE HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT THIS AFTERNOON AND THIS IS ENOUGH TO FINISH US AS A COMPANY. “

ANYONE WHO HAD ANY INFORMATION IF YOU COULD CONTACT US OR STAFFORDSHIRE POLICE, EVERY LITTLE WILL HELP. “

LAST TIME WE HAD OUR VEHICLES DAMAGED IT WAS BEEN SENT ALL OVER SOCIAL MEDIA, SNAPCHAT AND OTHER PLATFORMS.

“MONDAY MORNING THERE WILL BE CHILDREN AND SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN WITHOUT TRANSPORT THAT THEY RELY ON DAILY TO TAKE THEM TO SCHOOL! “

“THANKYOU IN ADVANCE TO ANYONE WHO HAS ANY INFORMATION”

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