Police appeal as defib on path to Glastonbury Tor is damaged

  Posted: 03.11.21 at 19:08 by The Editor

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Police are investigating after a defibrillator unit on a public footpath at Glastonbury Tor was vandalised last weekend (30-31 October).

The damage was first spotted by a member of the public at around 5.40pm on Monday 1 November and was reported to police. The exact time the damage occurred is unknown.

The police have asked anyone with information that could assist their inquiry to call 101, quoting reference number 5221256916.

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