A MYSTERY of a damaged wall is still unsolved.
Just who sneaked back in the dead of night to rebuild a firm's wall after it had been hit by a vehicle?
People working at the Property Search Group in Huddersfield believe a motorist demolished a wall - but then had a conscience and crept back at night to repair it.
Businesswoman Geraldine Earnshaw has been left scratching her head after the car park wall at the firm's premises in Trinity Street was knocked down and rebuilt by a stranger before she could even send in an insurance claim.
Ms Earnshaw, the firm's operations director, arrived at work to find the wall had been hit.
She said: "There was broken glass and bits of bumper everywhere. The whole corner of the wall had been taken out."
After sweeping up the debris she asked for a claim form from her insurance company and a builder came out to give her a quote for the work.
But when she arrived at work the next morning she couldn't believe her eyes.
She said: "The wall had been repaired.
"I thought: `Good grief, that was quick. The builder must have done it by floodlight'."
But it wasn't until she called the builder to discuss the bill that she realised what had happened.
Ms Earnshaw said: "I thanked him for doing it so quickly - but he had no idea what I was talking about.
"The person who knocked it down must obviously have been guilt- stricken.
"They obviously don't want to reveal themselves, but at least they had enough conscience to repair the damage they had caused.
"I would like to say thank you for realising what you had done and saving us the cost of having to get it fixed," said Ms Earnshaw.
"Considering they must have done it in darkness they have done a good job," she added.
Ms Earnshaw thinks the person responsible for the rebuilding had experience of laying bricks and mortar.