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Police investigate spate of criminal damage in Bury St Edmunds

News from the Bury Free Press
News from the Bury Free Press

Police are investigating a spate of criminal damage in Bury St Edmunds.

It follows reports of graffiti being sprayed across a number of buildings in the town.

A house in Eagle Walk was targeted between June 7 and 8, while paint was sprayed across the windows of two homes in Whiting Street overnight between June 8 and 9, and another home was damaged between June 9 and 11.

A car port in the same street was also sprayed with pink and purple paint between June 1 and 9.

A garage wall in Northumberland Avenue was sprayed between June 5 and 8, and garage doors in Beetons Way and Boby Road were similarly damaged between the June 8 and 9.

A number of garage doors in Bridewell Lane have also been targeted since the beginning of June.

Anyone with information about the incidents or the person/s responsible should contact Suffolk Police on 101 quoting reference BU/15/1836.


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