Spray paint used to damage more than 20 different signs, walls and fences overnight in Halesworth

Halesworth, Suffolk

Halesworth, Suffolk - Credit: Sarah Lucy brown

Two men armed with spray paint have covered 20 different signs, walls and fences in Halesworth in an overnight rampage.

Police said there were a total of 21 incidents of criminal damage between Friday and Saturday.

In Blyth Mews an advertising sign was damaged and three incidents took place in Church Farm Lane where a wall near a footpath, a church wall and fence and a wall at a property were all sprayed.

In Dukes Drive a bus stop and a telephone junction box were sprayed. In Loam Pit Lane a wall at a property was damaged.

Three incidents took place in Market Place where two shop windows and a wall of a property were sprayed.

Three incidents took place in Quay Street and a road sign, a railway bridge and a wall at a property were damaged. In Saxons Way a bus shelter, and in Steeple End the front wall at a property were sprayed.

Five incidents took place in Thoroughfare where the keypad on an ATM machine, a pub wall, the wall at a business, recycling banks and the wall and fire door at a business premises were all damaged.

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And a further incident took place on Saturday between 2pm and 4pm in Holton Terrace when the back of a car was sprayed.

Officers would like to speak with two males who may be able to assist with inquiries. They are described as white, wearing jackets and baseball caps with one being around 6ft tall.

Anyone with information should call Southwold and Halesworth Safer Neighbourhood Team on 101. Calls can also be made to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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