Wolves training ground graffiti

Police have launched an investigation after graffiti, believed to relate to rival football club West Bromwich Albion, was found across a wall at Wolverhampton Wanderers’ training ground.

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Men to pay for damage caused to Wolves training ground

Two men have been made to pay for damage caused at Wolverhampton Wanderers’ training ground after a wall at the Compton Park entrance was spray painted with graffiti.

Officers launched an investigation after a video was circulated through Facebook which showed a man spraying the wall with graffiti relating to a rival football club.

Two men, aged 28 and 38, admitted to causing the damage and officers contacted the club to discuss appropriate action.

Wolverhampton Wanderers agreed to allow the men to pay for the damage to be repaired and have accepted a written letter of apology from the vandals.

Police continue graffiti investigation at Wolves

West Midlands Police are continuing an investigation after graffiti was found across a wall at Wolverhampton Wanderers’ training ground yesterday.

Police are investigating following a formal complaint from the training ground Credit: Express and Star/West Midlands Police

The criminal damage is believed to have happened at the Jack Hayward training ground on Compton Park between Friday morning (November 1) and Sunday (November 3). Police understand the graffiti relates to a rival football club.

A police spokesman said: "We have received a formal complaint from the training ground and are investigating this as criminal damage."

"We are aware of a video that has been circulated via Facebook which allegedly shows a man spraying the wall with paint and I would urge the person who filmed this and the man in the video to come forward and speak to us before we come knocking on their door."

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Graffiti found on wall at Wolves' training ground

Police have launched an investigation after graffiti was found across a wall at Wolverhampton Wanderers’ training ground.

The criminal damage is believed to have happened at the Jack Hayward training ground on Compton Park sometime between Friday morning (November 1) and Sunday (November 3).

Wolves have reported the graffiti to police Credit: Matthew Ashton/EMPICS Sport

Police say the graffiti relates to a rival football club, and are investigating following a formal complaint by the training ground.

Police are also looking for information regarding a video posted on Facebook in particular.

PC Clay, from Staveley House, Wolverhampton, said:

"We are aware of a video that has been circulated via Facebook which allegedly shows a man spraying the wall with paint and I would urge the person who filmed this and the man in the video to come forward and speak to us before we come knocking on their door."

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