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Shop windows and cars "smashed by ball bearings" in Woking

Smashed Glass

Published by Lucinda Horsley at 3:22pm 15th April 2019.

Shop windows and cars have been smashed with ball bearings in Woking.

There was damage to a number of stores and vehicles, including a marked police 4x4. 

Surrey Police say there were a number of reports last week, between Wednesday 10 April and Thursday 11 April, in the Anchor Hill area of Knaphill and Woking High Street. 

Sergeant Gemma Taylor, who is leading the investigation, said:

"At this time, we’re linking the incidents and believe a catapult and ball bearings is being used to cause the damage.

“This kind of behaviour has the potential to cause serious injury and we are determined to identify those responsible and deal with them robustly.

“If you have home CCTV or dashcam footage that may have captured the incidents we would like to hear from you.”

Officers would like to talk to anyone who may have information that can assist in the investigation.

If you are aware of similar incidents in the area recently, but may not have reported them please contact police on 101. 

Reference number: PR/45190037654.

 

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