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We’re appealing for information following several reports of criminal damage to vehicles and premises in the Ringwood area, overnight from Saturday (3 February) into Sunday (4 February).
Between 10pm on Saturday and 5am on Sunday, it’s reported that two doors and two large windows were smashed at Morrisons Daily, Hightown Road.
At approximately 12.40am on Sunday, it’s reported that two cars had their windows smashed on Whitehart Fields.
Then, between 11pm on Saturday and 9am on Sunday, a report stated that a windscreen had been smashed on another vehicle in Parsonage Barn Lane.
In the same road, it’s reported that a convex safety mirror was smashed between midnight and 1am on Sunday.
The person we’d like to speak to in connection with these incidents is described as;
Officers continue to investigate these incidents and enquiries remain ongoing.
New Forest Inspector Darren Ord said: “We believe these incidents to be linked and are doing everything we can to find those responsible.
“Officers will continue to provide high-visibility patrols in the area, so please speak with them if you have anything you want to discuss, or any concerns or issues you wish to raise.
“Additionally, if you also experienced any damage to your property last weekend, and haven’t yet reported this to us, please do so at the earliest opportunity.
“If you witnessed any of the incidents, or have any footage which may assist us in our investigation, please call 101 and quote incident number 44240050823.”
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