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Two bricks are thrown at car window

PUBLISHED: 14:24 30 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:24 30 September 2018

The smashed car window in Exmouth Road
Picture: Michael Baulk

The smashed car window in Exmouth Road Picture: Michael Baulk

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The rear window of a car has been smashed after two bricks were thrown at it in a Great Yarmouth street.

The car window was smashed in Exmouth Road at about 1am on Saturday.

The car belongs to a woman and her friend, Samantha Smith, has posted an appeal on facebook to try and find the culprit responsible.

She said in her appeal: “She is a hard working person who has no issues with anyone and totally did not deserve this awful crime against her.”

The suspect was seen in a nearby alley and his description has been given as him being white, 6ft and of a medium build.

He was wearing a black hoodie with white logo, jeans and white Nike trainers with a blue tick.

One of the bricks thrown was a red house brick and other was a grey granite square box brick.

Anyone with information should call Norfolk police on 101.

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