A THOUGHTLESS hoon has torn up a Mackay sporting field with their car.

Sergeant Nigel Dalton said police were investigating the damage to the sports field at Bridge Rd.

The vandal ploughed through the field sometime between 9am Sunday May 24 and 7am on Monday, Sgt Dalton said.

"(The) vehicle drove through the gates surrounding the sporting field and recklessly drove on the grass," he said.

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Sergeant Nigel Dalton said police were investigating the damage to the sports field at Bridge Rd. Photo: Zizi Averill
Sergeant Nigel Dalton said police were investigating the damage to the sports field at Bridge Rd. Photo: Zizi Averill

"Consequently, the fence and gate have been significantly damaged and the playing surface of the sports field has also been damaged as tyre marks were made on the grass."

CCTV footage captured the car's path of destruction.

Sgt Dalton described the car as a Toyota Camry sedan.

Sergeant Nigel Dalton said police were investigating the damage to a sports field at Bridge Rd.
Sergeant Nigel Dalton said police were investigating the damage to a sports field at Bridge Rd.

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