PICTURES: Graffiti left at brand new Pilsley skate park

Graffiti left a Pilsley skate park.

Graffiti left a Pilsley skate park.

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Police are appealing for information after graffiti was left on a newly opened skate park in Pilsley.

Graffiti writing and tags have appeared at site on Pilsley Miners Welfare Sports Ground at Rupert Street since it was officially opened on Friday, October 7.

Graffiti left a Pilsley skate park.

Graffiti left a Pilsley skate park.

The park cost more than £50,000 to install and was funded by Pilsley Parish Council, Viridor Credits Environmental Company and Sun and Soil Solar Farms.

PCSO Kate Hodnett of the North Wingfield, Pilsley, Stonebroom and Shirland Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team said: “We want to find out who is responsible for the graffiti on this new facility which has only recently been installed for local young people to enjoy.

“If you recognise the style of writing, or tags, or if you have any information that might help us, please get in touch.”

Anyone with information on the graffiti should contact PCSO Kate Hodnett by calling 101, or send her a message online at www.derbyshire.police.uk/Contact-Us.

Graffiti left a Pilsley skate park.

Graffiti left a Pilsley skate park.

Graffiti left a Pilsley skate park.

Graffiti left a Pilsley skate park.