Beyond belief to target lifesavers
IT BEGGARS belief that anyone would vandalise a vehicle vital to volunteers who save lives. Yet Broch Community First Responders had not one, but two of their vans attacked, with wing mirrors damaged on both. It is quite disturbing the group believe the criminal responsible deliberately targeted their vehicles, with their distinctive logos. What sort of twisted mind would see lifesavers as an easy target? Let’s hope they can be caught and brought to justice.
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