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Criminal damage to Haverhill vehicles

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a number of vehicles were damaged in Haverhill.
The incidents all took place overnight between Friday 23 October and Saturday 24 October.
 One incident was reported on Tasman Road where three vehicles had their tyres slashed. (crime number: 37/61886/20)   

On Shetland Road black and white paint was thrown over a Mini Cooper (37/61904/20), while on the same road a Vauxhall Insignia vehicle had paint thrown over it  (37/61910/20).

On Shannon Road paint was thrown over a Saab (37/61915/20) while on the same road a garden fence was damaged by paint being thrown over it. (37/61919/20)

On Glemsford Place the boot of a vehicle a VW Polo was dented (37/61942/20).

On Chalkstone Way the wing mirrors and wipers of a Renault Modus was damaged and windscreen was smashed when vehicle parked in road (37/61948/20).

On Coupals Road in the town a silver Vauxhall had its bodywork scratched. (37/62015/20), while on the same road A silver Fit Punto also had its paintwork scratched. 37/62019/20
Anyone who witnessed any suspicious activity overnight or knows who is responsible should contact Haverhill police, quoting the relevant crime number. 
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