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New vandal attack on Fraserburgh Lighthouse museum

The Fraserburgh Lighthouse has been attacked for the second time in four weeks. Picture: complimentary

The Fraserburgh Lighthouse has been attacked for the second time in four weeks. Picture: complimentary

  • by FRANK URQUHART
 

FRASERBURGH Lighthouse Museum, one of Aberdeenshire’s top tourist attractions, has been attacked by vandals for the second time in four weeks.

Grampian Police today revealed that a number of windows at the engine room for the lighthouse were damaged overnight on Tuesday 19 February.

The lighthouse was damaged in an earlier attack on 28 January.

Inspector Alan Brown of Grampian Police, said: “I am disappointed that certain individuals have taken it upon themselves to damage what is an important part of our community which draws visitors from across the wider area. The large windows are a special attraction, allowing views across the coastal scenery and I would ask anyone who would have any information, however apparently irrelevant, to contact us and assist us in identifying those responsible.

“In the meantime, I’d like to reassure the local community that everything possible is being done by ourselves to identify those responsible.”

 

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