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Vandals target vehicles in Bury St Edmunds, Woolpit, Thurston and Sudbury




Vandals damaged four vehicles in West Suffolk in recent weeks.

At some point between 8.20am on Friday, February 22 and 8.50am on Saturday, February 23, the front bumper of a BMW parked in a driveway in Raedwald Drive, Bury St Edmunds was damaged and its BMW badge forcibly removed.

Between 4.30pm and 5pm on Friday, February 22, a Nissan Xtrail parked in Heath Road, Woolpit received scratches to the offside of the vehicle.

Police. Stock picture.
Police. Stock picture.

At some point between 8pm on Saturday, February 23 and 9am on Sunday, February 24, a Citroen parked in New Green Avenue, Thurston suffered damage to the nearside passenger door which was kicked until the trim became detached.

On Wednesday, February 13, at some point between 8am and 1pm, a Ford Fiesta parked in Lancaster Road, Sudbury received scratches to the paintwork.

If you think you know the person or persons responsible, or if you or heard anything suspicion in the area between the relevant times, contact the Incident Crime Management Hub at Suffolk Police on 101, quoting reference 10515/19.



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