POLICE received a report of anti-social behaviour at a property in the Killymoon Road area of Cookstown on Thursday 1st April.
It is understood a bridge on the grounds of Killymoon Castle was vandalised.
The incicent has been condemned by local UUP Cllr Trevor Wilson.
Police told the Mid-Ulster Courier: "Just before 7pm, we received a call that a group of between 8 – 10 males youths were trespassing at the property and had caused damage to a brick wall on the bridge into the river.
“People have a right to live in peace and to feel safe in their communities. Those who choose engage in anti-social and criminal behaviour must understand that it is unacceptable.”
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