All lines of enquiry have been exhausted after a spate of criminal damage at bus shelters.

Police said they have no leads into who was behind four Gorleston bus stops being smashed up on Friday, March 29.

The criminal damage at three shelters on Beccles Road and another on Middleton Road took place sometime between 2am and 4am.

Councillor Carl Annison said the type of antisocial behaviour displayed in the incidents "is a disgrace within our community".

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Great Yarmouth Mercury: Councillor Carl Annison (right), pictured with Sir Brandon Lewis.Councillor Carl Annison (right), pictured with Sir Brandon Lewis. (Image: Supplied)"I'm saddened by the damage caused to various bus shelters around the Beccles Road area," Mr Annison said. "This antisocial behaviour is a disgrace within our community and those responsible should be ashamed of their disgusting actions.

"I urge anyone with any information on this matter, or in fact anything where property is damaged to contact Norfolk Police on 101 or via the Norfolk Police website 

"It’s important this behaviour is stopped."

Norfolk Constabulary said it would always review new information brought forward.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Norfolk police quoting reference 36/21027/24 on 101.