Name and shame the offenders
I note from last week s Journal page three, that you report that two males have been charged by police in connection with causing �67,000 worth of damage in Exmouth.
I note from last week's Journal page three, that you report that two males have been charged by police in connection with causing �67,000 worth of damage in Exmouth.
I trust that your paper will follow this up and, if found guilty, you will name and shame them.
As for punishment - I suggest they are made to clean it all up and personally apologise to all those people they have offended.
If they want a start point, they can begin in Lympstone by apologising to the local primary school children whose mural was desicrated by "NKS" on the cycle path.
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Editor's note: We will continue to cover this on-going story but, where youths are involved in legal cases, there are strict guidelines we must follow, with young people's identities usually protected under the law.