CAMPAIGN DIARY: MGN employee with a grudge is suspected: several hundred held

Apparently, an investigation is being carried out into an act of vandalism to offices at Canary Wharf in London’s Docklands.

Apparently, an investigation is being carried out into an act of

vandalism to offices at Canary Wharf in London’s Docklands.



It’s believed that around pounds 100,000 worth of damage was caused by

someone who gained access to the unoccupied 32nd floor. The mystery

vandal ripped firehoses from the wall and let loose torrents of water,

which damaged carpets, computer systems, furniture and ceilings.



Among the offices affected by the intruder’s malevolent behaviour were

those of Mirror Group Newspapers. Police are looking for a current or

ex-employee with a grievance.



That should narrow it down, then, eh?



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