According to Councillor Eugenia Rufino, the break-in was carried out in the early hours of the 31st and was discovered by the morning cleaner, who immediately phoned the Guardia Civil.
The thieves broke the glass in the main door and forced the lock. Once inside, they carried out acts of petty vandalism, as well as leaving with the aforementioned items.
The Councillor was more concerned about the damage caused to the premises than the items stolen. She also pointed out that it is not the first time that this mixture of vandalism and theft have occurred in Salobreña, referring to the break-ins at the Food Bank and an infant school. In each case the damage caused far outweighed the value of the booty.
(News: La Caleta, Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)