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Ipswich: Windows smashed and people struck after stones thrown into gardens of properties in Belstead Road

PUBLISHED: 18:12 04 August 2014 | UPDATED: 18:12 04 August 2014

Police have appealed for information after a man was attcked by a woman holding a butter knife.

Police have appealed for information after a man was attcked by a woman holding a butter knife.

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Windows have been smashed and people struck with stones, after projectiles were thrown into rear gardens in Ipswich, police said.

The attacks took place over three occasions during the weekend in Belstead Road, causing damage to a greenhouse and conservatory.

Between 7.45pm and 8.30pm on Saturday, a number of stones were thrown into the rear garden of a property in the street, striking a man and a woman, who were uninjured, and scratching the glass of a conservatory.

More stones were thrown into the same garden at about 8.20pm on Sunday, smashing a conservatory window.

A greenhouse window was also smashed when stones were thrown into the rear garden of another property in Belstead Road between 3.30pm and 4pm on Sunday.

Anyone with information should call the Ipswich South West Safer Neighbourhood Team on 101 quoting IW/14/2677 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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