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Ipswich: Car windows smashed in Britannia Road

17:46 24 June 2014

Police have appealed for information after car windows were smashed,

Police have appealed for information after car windows were smashed,

Vandals smashed the nearside and front windows of a car in Ipswich.

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The Renault Megane was parked in Britannia Road when the windows were smashed sometime between 10.30pm on Friday, june 20, and 2.30am the following morning.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Pc Kim Butler on 101 quoting IE/14/1646 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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  • It doesn't matter how or where cars are parked. If these little toe rags want to do damage they will. My car was parked perfectly legally at the side of the road a couple of weeks ago and someone thought it would be great fun to scrape a key along the length of it. How nice of them to give me a go faster stripe! I can't say on here what I would like to do to them if I could get my hands on them.

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    mumof1

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • @beerlover: Totally irrelevant WHERE it was parked; a CRIME has been committed by a CRIMINAL. If you have a child and he or she blocks a pavement would you be okay if he or she was assaulted? I rest my case.

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    Johnthebap

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • Was it parked on the road, or was it blocking the pavement, like too many cars in Ipswich are?

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    beerlover

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

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