Police in Stonehaven are appealing for information after the defibrillator at Market Square was once again vandalised.
It is understood the piece of potentially life-saving equipment was targeted over the weekend between Friday afternoon and Sunday morning.
PC Marc Camus, who is leading enquiries, said: “If the defibrillator unit had been accessed to help someone and give life-saving assistance I could understand accidental damage. Yet there have been no emergency calls relating to any medical condition that would require access, therefore I can only assume that this is yet another incident of vandalism.
Officers in S#tonehaven are appealing for information after the defibrillator at Market Square was once again…
“The incidents are now so repetitive that Perspex is now being used as opposed to glass to reduce the costs. This is wholly unacceptable and I urge anyone with information to get in touch as soon as possible.”
Anyone with information should contact Police on 101 quoting ref. no. 1471 of Nov 25 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 to remain anonymous. Alternatively ask for PC Camus at Stonehaven Police Station, Dunnottar Avenue.