CCTV footage captured the moment two vandals destroyed a buggy shelter at Frimley play centre, Little Street.
A buggy shelter at a Frimley play centre, which was previously targeted by thieves, has been destroyed by vandals, leaving staff feeling "vulnerable".
Little Street play centre, in Station Approach next to Frimley train station, opened in June last year but on Sunday (January 11), the centre's buggy shelter, which is used to secure prams, was destroyed by vandals.
CCTV footage of the incident shows two men climbing on the perspex, which then shatters, causing one of the men to fall through.
Hannah Elbaum, founding director, said: “It happened just after we closed at 5.15pm, we have a pram shelter which provides buggies with locks, so they can be kept secure.
"The two young lads were climbing on the buggy shelter, one was jumping and the other one kicked it and it shattered, my husband came out and they ran off.”
This is the second time the buggy shelter has been vandalised in the past few months. In November, the shelter was damaged by a car.
And in October, money was stolen from the play centre.
The most recent incident is being investigated by British Transport Police (BTP).
A BTP spokesman said: “We were called to the car park at Frimley station shortly before 5.30pm on Sunday January 11, to reports of vandalism.
“Our officers found a buggy shelter had been damaged. Examination of the CCTV is likely to form part of the inquiry.”
The burglary in October last year was also investigated by BTP and, following the incident, officers released footage of the man they wanted to speak to in relation to the theft.
“It took six weeks to release the footage, they released a still image and within a couple of days, they identified the man, not long before Christmas," said Mrs Elbaum. "The person responsible was already in prison"
Little Street is a children's play centre where children can play in scaled down versions of a high street, which includes a supermarket, café, theatre and salon. It was set up by husband and wife, Hannah and Shay Elbaum. The play centre operates four play sessions a day and is open seven days a week.
Mrs Elbaum said: “We are a small family business and have worked incredibly hard for two years to make Little Street happen.
"It is very distressing when incidents such as these occur and makes us feel vulnerable. They are also very costly, making running a business increasingly challenging.
“It was a mindless act and has made us feel vulnerable.”
Mrs Elbaum and her husband have also posted the CCTV footage and details of the incident on the Little Street Facebook page, asking for any information from people who attend the sessions.
Anyone with information is urged to contact British Transport Police on 0800 405040, or text 61016, quoting reference 291 of 11/01/2015 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.