Dozens of gnomes destroyed in British family park

Dozens of gnomes destroyed in British family park

Photo: Echills Wood Railway

In a family park with a number of attractions in the British county of Warwickshire have vandals dozens of gnomes destroyed.

More than forty instances are forcibly crushed. The village is one of the central attractions in Kingsbury water Park.

The statues stood along a miniatuurspoorbaan where children in a circle on the drive. British media, speaking Thursday from a ‘massacre’.

Also signs and the image of a crocodile are damaged.

Smashed garden gnome

The gnomes of
Kingsbury Water Park have been smashed.
© Echills Wood Railway

The employees of the park with the remains of their gnomes.
© Echills Wood Railway

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The news of the vandalism, the park announced via Facebook, hit like a bomb in the county. Dozens of regular visitors of Kingsbury have already offered to help with the purchase of new frames.

The police has opened an investigation into the incident. Also, there is already a comical Twitter account opened a ‘kabouterdetective’, which is the case in research.

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