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Last Updated: Thursday, 2 November 2006, 13:56 GMT
Vandals target greyhound stadium
Animal rights activists are suspected to have broken into a greyhound racing stadium and caused damage to the track, according to its operators.

Vandals broke into Monmore Green Stadium, Wolverhampton, overnight and damaged the running rail, track and hare, Ladbrokes said.

A spokesman added the stadium had an excellent animal welfare record.

Racing on Thursday evening is scheduled to go ahead. West Midlands Police are investigating.




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