Fourteen Welwyn Garden City vehicles hit by vandalism

PUBLISHED: 11:24 30 November 2015 | UPDATED: 11:24 30 November 2015

Police recieved 14 reports during November of damaged cars in Welwyn Garden City

Police recieved 14 reports during November of damaged cars in Welwyn Garden City

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Welwyn Garden City’s Broomhills and Ludwick Way were a couple of the worst hit places for vehicle vandalism.

Broomhills in particular came under attack as three wing mirrors were damaged and broken off cars on November 12.

A rear window was also broken on November 16, making it the worst hit street.

Ludwick Way had two doors scratched earlier on in the month, followed by damage to a wing mirror on November 21.

A car in Knightsfields suffered scratched bodywork and a broken light on November 8.

Vehicle windows in Heronswood Road and Leefield were left broken, between November 21 and 26.

If your car has been damaged call police on the non-emergency line 101.


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