Gym at OASIS Plaza vandalised

A chess board stolen from the Oasis Plaza and graffiti damage caused.

OUTDOOR gym equipment at the OASIS Plaza in Omagh was vandalised last week, with a leg from one of the machines having to be removed for public safety.

This is the second time the equipment has been vandalised over the summer months, following graffiti and the disappearance of one of the chess boards.


It is understood the last incident occurred during August 11/12.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

A PSNI spokesperson said, “Fermanagh and Omagh District Council has provided outdoor gym equipment for all of us to enjoy.

“I know from beat patrols that I and my colleagues have done in recent weeks that these facilities are widely used and appreciated.

“If you see any anti-social behaviour, please report it and help keep this a space we can all enjoy and share.”

Fermanagh and Omagh District council said, “Investigations are currently ongoing pending a report on the affected equipment from the manufacturer. The damaged leg has been removed for safety purposes.”

If you can help police in their enquiries, please ring 101 and quote reference: CC429 of August 12.


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