Police hunt heartless vandals who targeted life-saving defib at Biddulph playing fields

BIDDULPH Police are hunting heartless vandals who damaged live-saving equipment at a recreation ground in the town.

The donated defibrillator at the Halls Road playing fields will cost an estimated £600 or more to repair.

The ‘heart-start’ machine was installed by fundraising friends in memory of 23 year old Max Goulding who suffered fatal injuries after being hit by a taxi in Biddulph 12 years ago.

It is believed the incident occurred sometime between Friday, January 26 and Friday, February 2.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Staffordshire Police on 101 and quote incident number 218 of February 2.