Still no arrests for Noak Hill Victory Hall break in
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A community is calling for help to find whoever is responsible for breaking into and trashing their hall.
Noak Hill Victory Hall in Church Road had four of its new windows smashed just days after vandals had broken them on Saturday night.
Then it appears a number of people dropped 13ft into the hall and ransacked the place.
Pictures from the pensioners’ art group were ripped from walls as well as £30 being stolen from their tea tin.
The vandals had also thrown cleaning polish over everything.
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Hall keyholder Lesley Haylett said: “It awful what has happened but the response from the public has been incredible.
“We would like to thank everyone who had a hand in getting the hall back up and running.”
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A post on Facebook has been shared more than 13,000 times since Sunday and various businesses have offered their time and services free of charge to aid the cleanup.
No arrests have been made and police are still making inquiries.