Thugs have vandalised the grave of two toddlers who died of infections caused by a rare skin condition. Steph Green has been left “heartbroken” after finding the damage on Thursday. Toys and mementos from Harry and Cody Churchill’s grave were strewn across Poole Cemetery in Dorset. “How anyone can do something like this is just sickening. “Mummy will fix you up boys I promise, I love you and I’m sorry this has happened,” the mum posted on . She also shared pictures of the damage on social media in the emotional post. Steph, of Poole, added: “Tomorrow Harry will turn 10 and I should be spending time with my babies and celebrating the day he came into the world.” Dorset Police are now investigating the report of criminal damage. Inspector Phil Swanton said: “This is clearly a despicable and senseless crime and must have caused considerable upset to the family involved. “We are launching a full investigation to identify those responsible and will be carrying out a number of enquiries including exploring CCTV opportunities in the area.” Harry and Cody, aged three and 21 months respectively, died within days of each other in March 2013. They both had epidermolysis bullosa (EB), a group of genetic disorders that cause the skin to blister and tear at the slightest touch. Those born with EB have skin so fragile they are called “butterfly children”. It affects around 5,000 people in the UK.