Police investigating after spate of car damage in Boreham, Essex

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Police are investigating a spate of criminal damage to vhicles in Boreham, Essex

The incidents took place over the weekend of November 15 and 16 in various places across the town.

A blue Renault Clio, parked in Church Road, had its wing mirrors smashed off and front passenger door dented sometime overnight on Saturday, November 15.

On the same night, a grey BMW X1 parked in Lodge Crescent was damaged.

On Sunday, November 16, A silver Kia Picanto parked in Juniper Road was scratched and had mud thrown over it, as well as the wing mirrors of a blue Mazda Premacy parked in Butterfield Road being damaged.

A white Fiat Panda and a red Ford KA, both parked in The Chase, had wing mirrors smashed, while a blue Citroen C3 parked in Howards Close had its offside wing mirror ripped off. All were on November 16 as well.

PC Laura Williams from Essex police, said: “This appears to be a small group who have caused needless damage to a number of vehicles.”

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Anyone with information can contact PC Williams from Essex police on 101, or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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