Parked cars damaged by men on mountain bike
PUBLISHED: 11:46 21 February 2020 | UPDATED: 11:46 21 February 2020
Two men on a mountain bike are being sought by police after damage was caused to cars parked on a street.
Police are seeking witnesses after two cars were damaged in Laxfield Way, Lowestoft on Wednesday evening (February 19).
Officers are keen to trace two men on a grey mountain bike, who were seen causing damage to the wing mirrors of two cars parked in the street between 9.30pm and 9.45pm on February 19.
A police spokesman said: "Both males are described as white and around 6ft tall.
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"One of them was riding a grey mountain bike while the other sat on the handlebars.
"One of the males was wearing a black jacket with the hood up and had a scarf covering his face, black tracksuit trousers and grey trainers with reflective patches on the back.
"The other male was wearing a grey soft-shell jacket with the hood up and black Adidas tracksuit trousers.
"Can you help?"
If you saw who caused the damage or recognise the descriptions of the men, please call Lowestoft Police quoting crime reference 37/10747/20 or 37/10742/20 on 101.
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