Boy, 15, admits smashing bus window in Gorleston
A 15-year-old boy has admitted to smashing the window of a single-decker bus as it travelled along Church Lane in Gorleston.
The youth is being dealt with by way of community resolution after the incident on Monday, April 16.
Police appealed for information after the bus window was smashed as it travelled from Gorleston High Street towards the traffic lights at Crab Lane at around 3.40pm.
Fortunately no one on board was hurt.
Officers made enquiries into the incident and managed to trace the 15-year-old who was very apologetic for his actions.
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As it was his first offence, and at the request of the bus company, this has been dealt with via community resolution and he has now written a letter of apology to them.
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