Spate of criminal damage in Stowmarket

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Police are investigating a spate of criminal damage in Stowmarket.

The first incident occurred between 10pm and 10.30pm on Thursday April 24 when a stone was thrown at the door of a home in Ipswich Street causing damage to the property.

A group of youths were seen in the area at the time of the incident.

Between 5.45pm on Thursday April 24 and 8am on Friday April 25, a brick was thrown at the rear window of a shop in Ipswich Street causing it to smash.

At around 7pm on Friday April 25 another residential property on Ipswich Street had its window smashed after a stone was thrown at it.

At around 9.20pm on Saturday April 26, another stone was thrown through a pane of glass in an entrance door to a home in Marriotts Walk.

Police are also linking this to an incident in Ipswich Street between 4.30pm on Thursday April 24 and 8.30am on Friday April 25 where damage was caused to wire fencing and wooden posts on the roof of a shop.

At around 4.45pm on Saturday April 26 a group of four boys aged around 14-15 years old were seen running from the roof top area.

Police would like to speak to them to see if they know anything about the damage.

Anyone with information in relation to anyone of the above incidents is asked to contact the Stowmarket Response Team on 101 quoting reference ST/14/1131 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.