The vandalised toilet. Photo: Derbyshire Constabulary

The vandalised toilet. Photo: Derbyshire Constabulary

Police are appealing for information after a toilet block was vandalised at a Peak District campsite.

Derbyshire Constabulary said toilets and urinals were smashed and pipework damaged at the North Lees site near Hathersage.

The campsite is run by the Peak District National Park Authority and is popular with walkers and climbers using the nearby Stanage Edge crags.

A police spokesperson said: “The damage was caused sometime between Friday 14 September and Sunday 16 September.

“Did you notice anything suspicious, or see or hear any damage being caused?

“If you think you can help with our inquiries, please get in touch using one of the non-emergency contact methods.”

Anyone with information can ring 101, send a private message via the Derbyshire Constabulary Facebook page or via a direct message on Twitter @DerPolContact.

The police can also be contacted via their website.

Members of the public are asked to quote the reference number 18*446695 and the name of the officer in the case, PCSO Anthony Boswell.

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