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By Haddenham Webteam - 18th March 2017 12:15pm
Sad news for a law abiding community:
Police Scenes of crime attended Townside this morning to examine forensically a vehicle which had been badly vandalised in the early hours of Saturday morning 18th March 2017.
Trainer prints and other forensic material was photographed and uplifted by Police.
Witnesses heard a loud bang and male voices at the material time.
If any person has any information about this incident please do not hesitate to contact police on 101 incident number: 4317 007 9342
Further Appeal for information — please keep this coming in...
As previously reported, a car was vandalised its roof caved in in Townside in the early hours of Saturday morning 18th March 2017 and another vehicle was "keyed" causing damage paintwork.
It is understood that there was a disturbance in the area on Friday night to Saturday morning in the streets and near the pubs.
If you witnessed anything suspicious or can provide any information please do not hesitate to contact Police on 101 incident number 43170079342
PC Michael Bellamy7572 Office in the case.
Or anonymously on Crime stoppers:
0800 555 111
This information will be treated as confidential.
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