Yorkshire Afghanistan soldier’s memorial vandalised

A TREE dedicated to a Yorkshire soldier killed while serving in Afghanistan has been vandalised.

The tree dedicated to Sgt Lee Davidson on Thorne's Memorial Park appears to have been broken in half

Sergeant Lee Davidson, 32, was killed by a roadside bomb in Helmand Province in 2012, leaving behind his pregnant wife and two sons in Doncaster.

South Yorkshire Police said a tree dedicated to Sgt Davidson at Thorne Memorial Park was damaged overnight between Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

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Sgt Lee Davidson. Picture: Ross Parry Agency

“As you would expect we are doing everything we can to identify those responsible and I would appeal to anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning speak to officers.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police via: 101 and quoting incident number: 336 from 23 September.