TEENAGERS aged just 14 and 15 are suspected of causing serious damage to a village hall.

Leafield Village Hall near Witney was broken into at about 1.15am on Thursday.

On Friday Gina Pearce, a parish councillor who chairs the village hall committee, said four fire extinguishers were set off in the main hall and a large rock was thrown through the window of the gym, with other windows and doors also smashed.

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Thames Valley Police has now confirmed that two boys, both aged 14, and one girl, aged 15, have been arrested in connection with the incident.

They have all been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage to property and burglary, and all three have been released on bail until June 11.

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Volunteers united to clean up the damage caused at the community hub in Leafield, which is also home to a pavilion and gym.

The hall and gym are now back in use and the windows have been boarded up.