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Windsor's Jubilee Fountain vandalised

The Jubilee Fountain
Image caption More than 60 of the fountain's water jets were snapped off

A fountain in Windsor created to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee has been vandalised, causing £1,500 damage.

More than 60 of the fountain's water jets were snapped off in what the council is calling "mindless vandalism".

The 25m-long fountain cost £107,000 and was officially unveiled in July.

A £1,000 reward has been offered for information that leads to those responsible being found.

Councillor Simon Dudley, from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council, described the fountain as a "very much admired landmark".

He said: "We will do everything we can to restore it to its original glory as soon as possible."

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