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Residents left ‘startled’ as window is smashed in early hours

PUBLISHED: 11:57 26 April 2019 | UPDATED: 11:57 26 April 2019

The occupants of a property on Long Road in Lowestoft were startled by a window being smashed in the early hours. Picture: Picture: Google

The occupants of a property on Long Road in Lowestoft were startled by a window being smashed in the early hours. Picture: Picture: Google

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a window was smashed at a residential property in the middle of the night.

Officers were called shortly before 12.15am on Monday, April 22, after the occupants of a Lowestoft property on Long Road, near Homefield Avenue, were startled by a sudden loud noise at the window.

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It was reported that the outer pane of glass had shattered, caused by an unknown item being thrown at the window.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or saw any suspicious behaviour is urged to contact the Lowestoft Response Team at Suffolk Constabulary by calling 101, quoting reference 22600/19.

Alternatively, information can be reported online via the Suffolk police website.


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