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Soldier's memorial damaged again
L/Cpl Allan Douglas (Pic: Highlanders)
Allan Douglas was killed by a sniper bullet in Iraq last year
A memorial play park for an Aberdeen soldier killed in Iraq has been vandalised for a second time.

Police are hunting three teenagers after the sign at the Allan Douglas Park was damaged.

The three youths suspected are described as being about 15 or 16, slim, and all wearing dark clothing and hooded tops.

L/Cpl Allan Douglas, 22, was shot by a sniper while keeping watch on the roof of an Iraqi police station.

A nine-year-old boy was previously charged in connection with 4,000 of damage caused to the park in Deansloch Crescent.

Built on land where L/Cpl Douglas played as a child, the play park in his memory was suggested by the local community.

Grampian Police appealed for anyone with information to contact them.

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