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Vandals have been ruining street name signs.
Approximately 20 signs from the Townsend Lane, Tuffnells Way along with Roundswood Lane areas of Harpenden are targeted.
Vandals snapped the wooden backing panels piled the metal name eyeglasses.
It will cost more thanpound;2,000 to repair the harm caused within the last ten days.
Cllr Beric Read, who is accountable for business and the community, said : “We want to capture the people responsible for this spate of criminal damage and set a stop to it.
“This is a senseless and anti-social offense that prices council taxpayers money and can be of excellent annoyance to the residents of the affected areas.
“I recommend people to help the authorities with their inquiries. ”
Shane O’Neill, St Albans chief inspector, said: “This kind of antisocial behaviour won’t be tolerated.
&ldquo we can help make Harpenden a place to call home. ”
St Albans City along with District Council gives the name plates.
Anybody with information should contact Hertfordshire Constabulary on 101.