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Woman arrested after the Captain Sir Tom Moore memorial was vandalized


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In an apparent climate protest, police arrested a woman after what appeared to be feces and urine were thrown over a memorial to Captain Sir Tom Moore.

On Friday, it happened on Thistley Meadow in Hatton, Derbyshire.

The Metropolitan Police said a woman was detained in central London on suspicion of criminal damage.

The memorial has been vandalized before; graffiti was sprayed on it in December 2021.

The Met did not reveal the woman’s age or whether she had been remanded in custody.

During the first coronavirus lockdown, the Army veteran became well-known for his fundraising efforts

During the Covid-19 pandemic, Captain Sir Tom became a household name when he set out to complete laps around his garden in order to raise money for the NHS.

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By the time he turned 100, he had raised nearly £33 million.

In February 2021, the Army veteran died.

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