01:03PM, Friday 31 May 2019
Thousands of pounds worth of damage has been caused to the skate park in Salt Hill Park after it was set on fire yesterday (Thursday).
Firefighters attended the fire at about 4pm at the park in Bath Road.
Slough Borough Council believes the fire was started deliberately which has now left the skate park and parkour completely unusable.
A spokesman said the surfaces of the skate park were fire resistant so it must have been "hard to set on fire".
A witness appeal has been launched. If you saw anything please call Thames Valley Police on 101 and quote crime number: 43190162771
Yesterday (Thursday), 4pm, someone deliberately set fire to the parkour area at Salt Hill Park causing massive damage and putting the area out of action. Can you help us find them? If you were there & saw anything please call police on 101 & quote crime number : 43190162771 pic.twitter.com/KwydS6zZ54— SBC (@SloughCouncil) 31 May 2019
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