Criminal Damage - Horncastle

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Good afternoon
This is Police Support Volunteer Christina Ivett at Horncastle NPT.

We would like to make you aware of a number of incidents of criminal damage/anti-social behaviour that occurred between 2300 and 2330 on 6 January 20120, in Horncastle.  If you have any information relating to these incidents we appeal for you to come forward.

Vehicle damage was caused by a smashed window to the rear window of a car parked on Hodson Green (Incident Number 57 of 7th  January)

A firecracker was thrown at the front door of business premises on the High Street (Incident number 491 of 6th January)

There was deliberate ignition of a wheelie bin on the Bull Ring which caused additional damage to the window of nearby business premises (Incident 486 of 6th January)

Criminal damage occurred  on Ingram Row when the front window of a residential property was broken.  A loud bang was heard and a neighbour saw 3 young males aged about 15 years, wearing dark clothing running away from the property
(Incident Number 488 of 6 January)

If  anyone has seen any suspicious behaviour relating to any of these offences, please contact PCSO 2188 Nigel Wass, Tel 101 Ext 4627, Mobile 07973 846956 or ring Crime Stoppers 0800 555 111 quoting the incident number and the date.

Thank you.

Christina Ivett

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