Car park vandalised as signs ripped from wall

Bury signs removed

Signs were removed from an underpass in Bury St Edmunds - Credit: Suffolk Constabulary

A Suffolk car park was left vandalised after criminals removed signs and a light casing.  

Police have issued CCTV images of two individuals they would like to speak to following the incidents in Bury St Edmunds.

The incidents occurred at some point between 7.30pm on Friday 9 April and 8.30am on Saturday 10 April within an underpass and the adjoining multi-storey car park in Parkway.

Police are looking to speak to these two men

Police are looking to speak to these two men - Credit: Suffolk Constabulary

During the times and dates stated, a light casing was removed from the down ramp between level 11 and level 10 within the car park.

Two laminated signs, which were screwed to the wall, were also removed from the underpass. They were left in situ by the individuals but were later removed by unknown means.


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Officers would like to speak to the two individuals pictured in the CCTV images about the incidents as they may be able to help with the investigation.

Anyone who believes they recognise the two people in the CCTV images, or who has any information about the incidents, is asked to contact Suffolk police, quoting crime reference: 37/26135/21.

Damage was caused to a car park and adjoining underpass

Damage was caused to a car park and adjoining underpass - Credit: Suffolk Constabulary


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