Police release CCTV footage of two people after new a statue of Margaret Thatcher was vandalized.
The red paint was thrown on a statue of in former prime minister in Grantham, Lincolnshire, and the hammer and sickle were spray-painted. on adjacent fence.
People’s faces are not clearly visible, but the police released released a video in in the hope that someone will recognize their clothes, build and gait.
Lincolnshire Police said: “One of in people in the photo was all dressed in black clothing with white stripes running from the waist to the knees on both legs, and wearing a face coating.
“The other man was wearing in dark clothes with hood, white face coating, dark shoes with red Nike motif and white soles.
The damage was caused around 23:10 on Saturday 28 May.
Anyone who witnessed the incident on St. Peter’s Hill is asked to come forward to the officers especially like talk to a cyclist who passed at about the same time.
Despite the damage, the British monument first female prime minister was officially presented on Tuesday.
He was erected in Mrs Thatcher home city after plans to place it in London was rejected.
The statue is sitting on the basement is 3 m high and is under video surveillance.
The man was fined £90. last month for statue eggs hours after it has been installed.
Anyone with information ask call 101 and quote incident number 488 of May 28; Email address [email protected]; or anonymously via criminals website or on 0800 555 111.