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Vandals Strike At Edition Café In Coleraine

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Gareth A. Boyd, who owns Edition Café in Coleraine has hit out on social media following vandalism to the front of his premises over the Easter holidays.

Vandal(s) smashed valuable plant pots which were placed outside the shop front.

A spokesperson for Edition Cafe said ‘Not exactly the Easter break we wanted, but thank you to one of our many great customers letting us know about this.

We take pride in our shop front & trying to make the town more visually appealing. Sadly, some people prefer to keep the town down.

I’m offering £500 for info on who did this. These pots cost a fortune and will gladly go to great lengths to find out what person did this.

Thankfully doesn’t stop us from opening as normal tomorrow!’

Mr Boyd opened the Coleraine premises in 2018 following a £135,000 investment.

A spokesperson for Coleraine BID said ‘Sickening news to hear that one of our hard-working local businesses have been the victim of senseless vandalism. I am very sure the resilient team at edition will not allow a few idiots to deter serving Coleraine: hopefully CCTV has caught some useful images.’

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