VandalismWarrington Wolves are disgusted with the 'mindless' vandalism that has occurred during the game against St Helens on Sunday just gone. The club have had numerous calls regarding damage to cars parked in various areas around Warrington - Slutchers Lane, The Village Hotel, The Waterside pub, St James' Car Park, Wilderspool Causeway, streets running of Wilderspool Causeway and Morrison's Car park.Chief Executive Andy Gatcliffe commented, "We are annoyed that fans have been subjected to vandalism while watching the game at Wilderspool. We have had numerous calls to the office reporting different degrees of car damage in different locations of Warrington."Warrington Wolves does not own any parking facilities in this area and therefore can not accept any responsibility for this. We can only direct people to call the police and report their damage."We can assure you that Warrington Wolves does not condone such acts and has taken steps to try and counteract this kind of thing happening again in the close vicinity of the stadium. In particular, St James' Car park (behind the Brian Bevan Stand), Fletcher Street and Priory Street bylooking at introducing CCTV."Fans who have not yet reported incidents of damage to their cars can contact the Warrington police on 01925 65 22 22.
14, May, 2002