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Vandals strike as numerous vehicles damaged in Lowestoft

PUBLISHED: 10:57 22 February 2011

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POLICE are seeking witnesses after several vehicles were damaged in Lowestoft in the past few days.

Someone scratched the paintwork of a Ford vehicle parked in Raglan Street between 7.45pm last Wednesday (February 16) and 9am on Thursday (February 17).

A wing mirror was broken off a white Vauxhall car parked at Birds Lane between 10pm and 10.15pm on Wednesday, February 2.

Paintwork on a black Ford parked in Flensburgh Street was scratched between 11pm last Wednesday and 8.40am on Thursday (February 17).

Someone smashed the rear windscreen of a BMW parked in Milton Road East around 11.20pm last Friday (February 18). Police need to trace three men - described as in their mid teens to early 20s, one around 5ft 8ins wearing a black jacket with a grey hooded top and grey jogging bottoms, one of similar height wearing a black jacket, black hooded top and black jogging bottoms and the third about 5ft 6ins tall, wearing a black jacket and jeans - who were seen in the area at the time.

Two tyres on a black Ford car parked in Hollingsworth Road were punctured between 6pm and 10pm last Thursday. Graffiti was also spray painted onto a fence and driveway where the car was parked.

• Anyone with information about these incidents should telephone Lowestoft police on 01986 835300.


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