Vandals leave animals without water in popular Sheffield park
Patrols have been stepped up in a Sheffield park after vandals damaged the water supply to its animal farm during this week's heatwave.
Security patrols have been increased in Graves Park since the incident on Sunday and members of the public have been urged to be vigilant and to report any further acts of vandalism.
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"We have increased our patrols and checks for the farm but we are asking if you walk through the animal farm on a evening to please be vigilant and to report any emergencies."