Police have opened an investigation after anti-Semitic graffiti was left at Marlow Water Ski Club.

The ski club says they have had ongoing issues with damage and littering in recent years and this year “it has started early”.

The police have been given a key to the property as they investigate the anti-social behaviour at the ski club at Fieldhouse Lane.

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A spokesperson for Marlow Water Ski Club said: “It’s really when we are not there.

“At the weekend we are leaving quite early as the weather is not great and in the morning there is litter everything.

“It has started early this year with the graffiti, they broke the fence the other day and they are on the roof.”

The club the problem gets worst say in the summer holidays.

The spokesperson continued: “We have given the police a key.

“Conflict is not great but we are trying to manage it as best we can.

“The graffiti is awful as it is quite anti-Semitic.”

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A social media post from the Marlow Water Ski Club said: “We often have issues with damage and litter, but this year it has started early.

“We have also had graffiti including anti-Semitic drawings as well as damage to the toilet and fencing.

“They have now started having bonfires too.

“We understand that people want to have fun, but this is all so disrespectful.

“Please, if you know your kids come down this way, let them know that it is private property and that we will be getting the police involved.”

Police community support officer (PCSO) Chris Bis from the Marlow Neighbourhood policing team visited the ski club following the reports.

A Thames Valley Police spokesman said: "It relates to a report of anti-social bahviour at the club that the force received on 24 April.

"Incidents of criminal damage including graffiti, bonfires as well as damage to fences, toilets and other property was reported.

"An investigation is ongoing.

"Anyone with information can make a report by calling 101 or via the website, quoting the reference 43220175501."

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Marlow Water Ski Club was established in the early 1960s by a group of enthusiastic skiers and is run by the members on a non-profit making basis.

The ski club, which is currently looking for new members, is currently open on weekends and weekday evenings.

If you would be interested in becoming a member then please contact marlowwaterski@gmail.com for more information.