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Graffiti found at Writtle Infant School after fire

14:29 22 January 2016

The graffiti tag WRG was found at Writtle Infant School following a fire on January 5. Photo: Essex Police

The graffiti tag WRG was found at Writtle Infant School following a fire on January 5. Photo: Essex Police

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Police want to trace those responsible for graffiti found at a school damaged in a fire in Essex.

The graffiti tag WRG was found at Writtle Infant School following a fire on January 5. Photo: Essex PoliceThe graffiti tag WRG was found at Writtle Infant School following a fire on January 5. Photo: Essex Police

The tag was found at Writtle Infant School following a fire on Tuesday January 5.

Four boys were arrested in connection with the incident, one aged 18, two 17 year olds and a 16 year old, all from Chelmsford, on suspicion of criminal damage. They have been released on police bail pending further enquiries until April 2.

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