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Spate of criminal damage to vehicles in Stowmarket

Latest Stowmarket news from the Bury Free Press

Latest Stowmarket news from the Bury Free Press

Police are appealing for witnesses after two spates of criminal damage to vehicles in Stowmarket.

The first series of incidents happened between 6pm on Wednesday April 30 and 9am on Thursday May 1.

In Milton Road, the windows of a car parked in a private car park were smashed, in Woodfield Lane a car parked on a driveway also had a window smashed.

In Fox Court a car parked in the street had a window smashed and in Combs Lane a car parked on a driveway had a window smashed.

The second series took place between 4pm on Thursday May 1 and 9am on Friday May 2.

Two cars parked in Lockington Crescent had damage caused to them; a rear windscreen smashed and two windows, in Fenn Close a van parked in street had a window smashed, in Temple Road a car parked on a driveway had the rear windscreen smashed and in Violet Hill Road a car parked in the street had a window smashed.

As part of this series, two cars parked in a private car park in Ipswich Street between 6pm on Thursday May 1 and 8.30am on Friday May 2 each had a window smashed.

In both cases the handbrake was then disengaged and this caused both to roll backwards into a brick wall.

Between 11.30pm and 11.45pm on Thursday May 1 in Childer Road a window of a car parked in the street was smashed. Two individuals described as ‘young men’ in dark coloured clothing were seen running from the area.

Anyone with information in relation to any of the above incidents or previous damage is asked to contact PC Shawn Wakeling from Stowmarket on 101 quoting reference ST/14/1201 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

 
 
 

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