Various points in the municipality of Las Torres de Cotillas have seen how in recent weeks the Vandals have attempted urban public goods, such as furniture, equipment or gardens.
"These acts have occurred in areas such as the Parque de la Constitución, the hermitage of Coto, the Parque Paseo, Tirso de Molina Square or Los Pulpites," explains Mayor Torreño, Joaquín Vela Fernández, who appeals "to civic awareness of the inhabitants of the municipality, both those who break the rules and those who can provide information on these crimes. "
"It is incomprehensible that a few thus add to the people, to the goods that we all pay for and we must preserve and defend so that we can enjoy them for a long time," says the City Councilor for Maintenance of the City, María Ángeles Fernández Fernández, whose area already It has been put to work to make the relevant repairs.
More police control
"The Local Police has increased surveillance in public spaces, mainly in parks and gardens, to control this type of action, working both in its prevention and in the possible identification and denunciation of the perpetrators of such events," said the councilor of Citizen Security, Francisco José Caravaca.
Some acts that are classified as a violation of the municipal ordinance of citizen coexistence and in the law of protection of citizen security 4/15.
Given these facts, offenders can face fines ranging between 750 and 1,500 euros, even becoming able to become a crime of damage, punishable by article 263 of the Criminal Code.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Las Torres de Cotillas