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Vehicles damaged in spate of vandalism

PUBLISHED: 09:42 18 February 2018 | UPDATED: 09:42 18 February 2018

Police are investigating. Picture: Archant.

Police are investigating. Picture: Archant.

Investigations are under way after numerous cars were damaged in a spate of vandalism in Great Yarmouth.

A number of vehicles were scratched as damage was caused on Saturday evening.

The incidents have been reported to police, with vehicles parked in Salisbury Road, North Denes Road, Caister Road, Beaconsfield Road and Northgate Street among the areas where the damage is believed to have been caused.

One witness said: “Loads of cars got scratched last night on North Denes Road, Beaconsfield Road, Salisbury Road and a few in between, police are investigating.

“At least five vehicles suffered serious damage.”

Another witness added that a man had allegedly “walked the streets in Great Yarmouth on Saturday night” damaging scores of cars.

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