Robbers don’t have a community Hart
HARTLEY Wintney are counting the cost of an attempted robbery and break-in at their Green Lane home on Wednesday night.
Improving the infrastructure has been an ongoing community project for The Row and has proved integral in their back-to-back promotions to the Evo-Stik Southern Premier South Division.
But damage to the outbuilding and pitch, driven across by means of a getaway, has set back the efforts of the club’s hard-working volunteers.
The club, who has footage of the incident, tweeted: “Sad to report this morning that our club was the target of a robbery last night. Damage is structural and extensive and they got away with nothing.
“Emotions range from absolutely mad as hell to total heartbreak for all the good and hardworking volunteers who support us and give so much of their time.
“This doesn’t just affect the football at the club but the community we support. The lowlife behind this will be caught.”