Description Of Dempsey Office Vandal Released

A description of the man who vandalised the office of Transport Minister Noel Dempsey earlier this week has been released by Gardaí.

Gardaí investigating the attack on the Minster's constituency office in Trim, Co Meath said they believed the attack was carried out by a lone male at about 3.24am.

The man had sprayed the word "Tratiors" [sic] on the office's edifice.

Gardaí said this morning that the man was wearing a dark jacket, jeans and white trainers and asked anyone with any information to contact them at 046-9431222.

A number of windows were also smashed during the incident.

A spokeswoman for the minister said: “This is a local office for local people and Minister Dempsey will continue to serve local people undeterred.”

“This was an attack on the decent local people who have loyally supported him over the years. The gardaí are investigating this act of vandalism.”

Garda technical experts said the have conducted an examination of the scene.


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