Police are looking for vandals who tore around a golf club green on a quad bike causing 'extremely costly' repairs. 

A Cleveland Police spokesperson said: "At some time between 5pm on Thursday 1 February and 6am on Friday 2 February an unknown person/s has entered the grounds of Billingham Golf Club, on Sandy Lane, on a quad bike.

"The offender then rode the bike around the green causing a lot of damage to the grass."The Northern Echo:

Since then, a number of enquiries have been conducted by officers who are investigating.

As part of this, police are asking members of the public to come forward with information or dash cam or CCTV footage that could help in identifying who is responsible.

PC Shaun Murray said: “The damage that has been caused will not only be extremely costly to repair but also means this part of the green is unplayable for at least six months.

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“Since the crime was reported we have been following lines of enquiry and as part of our investigation I am keen to hear from members of the public who may have information that could identify who was responsible for the damage.

“If you can help please contact Cleveland Police on 101 quoting 019254 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”