The taps inside the women’s public toilets in Aviemore have been ripped off by vandals.
The incident happened on Grampian Road in Aviemore between noon and 7.30pm on Friday, April 23.
Water flooded the toilets’ floor after one of the taps was pulled from the sink fittings.
Other taps had been pushed out of position and food was left inside the toilets which caused a blockage.
Vandals target toilets on islands
The incident is just one in a recent spate of vandalisms in public toilets across the north.
The Perceval Square facilities are now shut, and the council said intimidation of staff, and attempted fire-raising were among the reasons for the decision.
Meanwhile, another women’s public toilets on St Magnus Lane on Orkney was vandalised.
A cubicle door and lock were reportedly damaged.
On Monday 03/05/21, damage was caused within the female public toilets situated on St. Magnus Lane, whereby a cubicle door and lock were damaged.
Members of the public can contact 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800555111.
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Anyone with information should call police on 101.