Vandalism sparks Exmouth police appeal
Stones and wet tissues have been thrown at homes and windows in Brixington, prompting the police to appeal for public help tracing the culprits. If you have any information, contact police community support officer Chris Ball on 08452 777444, quoting the log number.
Police in Brixington are appealing for help tracing the culprits who have been terrorising residents in Greenpark Road – making their lives a misery.
Stones have been thrown at homes, officers said.
The police said no damage has been caused but officers are keen to stamp out the behaviour before it escalates.
Wet tissues have been thrown at the windows of a home in Linden Close, officers also revealed, and a solar light was taken from the front garden.
Police community support officer Chris Ball is appealing for witnesses to get in touch to help officers.
He said: “This type of behaviour will not be tolerated by the police. It is unnecessary behaviour that is affecting the lives of residents.
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“Police enquiries are continuing. If anything has been seen and there are any witnesses to the problems in this area then please call the police.”
If you have information, contact PCSO Chris Ball on 08452 777444, quoting crime reference KE/10/2720.