Vandals blacken sign of complex

| 09/11/2009

(CNS): The sign at the entrance to L’Ambience apartments was vandalised last night. One of the owners said it looked as though the culprits used a blow torch to melt the sign and blacken the wall. She said the sign, which was made up of three palm trees with the name of the complex and the street number and name underneath, was disfigured but it did not appear that the fire was set from the ground up, and there did not appear to be any other damage anywhere else at the entrance.

The apartment complex is located on Fairbanks, George Town, near the Agape Christian Centre. It is a complex of 52 apartments, 90% owner occupied. The apartment owner said she saw that the sign had been vandalised when she was leaving for work this morning at 8:15 and reported it to the police at that time. She said she was woken up last night about 4:00am by a loud popping noise but was not sure what it was and went back to sleep.

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  1. Richard Wadd says:

     Hmm, looks like a ‘molotov cocktail’, look for remnants of a glass bottle.

    Probably idles kids in need of a good spanking. Find them quick, or this sort of vandalism will increase in frequency and level of property-damage.

    We call it ‘Arson’.


  2. Anonymous says:

     these f***in people have no life…

  3. Anonymous says:

    It looks personal to me, check for recent problems including disgruntled former employees or anyone looking for some payback.