POLICE continue to appeal for help after a vandal smashed the windows at the town centre office of Wrexham’s MP.

North Wales Police were called to reports that two windows at the office of Conservative MP Sarah Atherton had been damaged.

Forensic examination has now taken place along with CCTV reviews in the local area.

Ms Atherton issued a statement on Sunday, condemning the vandalism as 'not acceptable'.

She said: “This is a disgraceful act and an assault on our democracy. Regardless of your politics, I am Wrexham’s representative in Westminster and I am here for everyone.

“When people disagree politically, we are supposed to persuade through discussion. When people resort to these tactics, not only have they lost the argument but they have lost all credibility.”

The local representative says that CCTV footage handed to the police shows a man filmed in the early hours of Saturday morning throwing rocks through two of the front windows of her Regent Street office.

A spokesman for the force added: “This appears to be a targeted attack and no other properties were damaged. Our investigations are ongoing and we are appealing for any information that could be used to identify the offender.

“We suggest that should someone have any political concerns that they raise it in the appropriate manner rather than causing damage in this way as I feel it reflects on the reputation of our town as a whole.”

Anyone with relevant information that can help should get in touch with North Wales Police quoting the reference code Z071650.