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Appeal after five cars damaged in one night

Wing mirrors ripped off in same Newbury street

John Herring

John Herring

john.herring@newburynews.co.uk

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after five cars were damaged in a Newbury road in one night. 

Wing mirrors were ripped off a Vauxhall Astra and a Hyundai i10 in Argyle Road between noon on Saturday, January 5, and 10.20am the following day.

Wing mirrors on a Ford Fiesta and another Hyundai i10 were also ripped off during the same time period. 

And sometime between 4pm on January 5, and 6.20am on January 6, a wing mirror was torn off a Volkswagen Polo.

Anyone with information about the above incidents should fill out an online form on Thames Valley Police’s website or alternatively contact the 24- hour Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

Quote crime reference numbers: Astra 43190004879, Hyundai 43190004878, Polo 431900055-29, second Hyundai 43190004876 and Fiesta 43190004862.

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  • hydriot

    11/01/2019 - 11:11

    There have been 7 instances of broken car windows in Willow Close, Newbury in the last 3 weeks. My car was badly damaged on Christmas Eve and there were three more damage incidents last evening (10/1/19). The police will not investigate because there is no CCTV evidence. Sovereign Housing are reluctant to do anything about this criminal damage on their property and simply say that it is a police matter. Can the NWN take up this matter on behalf of the residents, please? Rodney White - Willow Close Resident

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