Dunfermline Cemetery graffiti: Sick attack on baby memorial sparks police investigation

Police are investigating after vandals scrawled expletive-laden graffiti across a baby memorial in a Fife graveyard.

Saturday, 1st May 2021, 11:34 am
Updated Saturday, 1st May 2021, 12:14 pm
The baby memorial was attacked by vandals. Picture: Fife Jammer Locations
The baby memorial was attacked by vandals. Picture: Fife Jammer Locations

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Officers were called this morning to Dunfermline Cemetery, where a swearword and an anti-lockdown message had been written across the infant memorials.

One message made references to “covid hoax”, and officers say the graffiti has been removed while an investigation is under way.

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A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 10.05 am on Saturday, 1 May, 2021, police were contacted with regard to a vandalism at a baby memorial within Dunfermline Cemetery, Halbeath Road, Dunfermline.

"Officers have attended and the graffiti has been removed.

"Enquiries, which are at a very early stage, are continuing."

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