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Crime file - 12/10/12

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A round-up of crime stories from across Lancashire

Motorist must pay £2,000

A driver has been left with a £2,000 repair bill after a vandal used a house brick to smash four sections of a Volkswagen Scirocco. It happened on Bee Lane, Penwortham, Preston between 7pm on October 9 and 9.15am on October 10. Anyone with information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

Glass broken by vandals

Vandals smashed a pane of glass at a house on Charnock Avenue, Penwortham, near Preston. The damage will cost the householder £50 to repair. It happened between 7.15pm on October 9 and 8.40am on October 10, police said. Officers want witnesses to contact them on 101.

Liquid poured on Honda car

Police are hunting yobs who poured a corrosive liquid on a Honda car parked on Gregson Lane, Hoghton, near Preston, causing £100 damage. It happened between 4pm on October 3 and 10.30am on October 8. Witnesses should call 101.

Beer stolen from eaterie

A thief stole 24 bottles of Peroni beer from a car boot as it was being delivered to an Italian restaurant on Hough Lane, Leyland. It happened at around 5.15pm on October 8, Lancashire police said.

Damage to city shop

Damage has been caused to a shop in Preston. Sometime between Friday and Monday an offender approached Lunch ‘n’ Brunch on Church Street, in the city centre, and smashed a side window. The offender failed to gain entry to the shop, which has been closed for two months.

 
 
 

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