Police are appealing for witnesses following three incidents of criminal damage at the Bayside Pleasure Park.
Between 5pm on 28 and 9am on 29 October Crime Reference 2147522. Damage caused to the Dodgem pay box roller shutter door.
Between 6pm on 20 and 11am on 21 October Crime Reference 2145980. Damage caused to the Hook-A-Duck shutter and caused damage to prizes.
Between 10pm on 9 and 6am on 10 October Crime Reference 2143658. Damage caused to the entrance gates and toys and prizes strewn about.
Inspector Rob Cocker of Bridlington Communities Policing Team says, “Over the previous three weekends this business has been a victim of criminal damage.
“Local businesses such as this should not have to suffer continued damage in this way. It not only causes disruption to their trading ability but the financial costs to repair the damage is mounting.
“I would appeal to anyone who may know who is responsible to contact us so that we can prevent further damage and allow this local business to continue trading without the fear of crime.”
Please contact the police on the non-emergency number 101 quoting the above crime references. Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.