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Police investigating spate of car vandalism

Residents in Melksham are being urged to be vigilant after a number of cars were damaged in the town overnight.

Between approximately 3am and 9am on Monday 2nd April, vehicles parked in Malvern Close, Tower Road, Blackmore Road and Ferris Grove were damaged.

It is believed a sharp instrument was used to cause scratch marks and cause damage to approximately 16 cars.

PC Paul Baldock said, “Damage of this nature causes expense and inconvenience for the owners of the vehicles – it is mindless vandalism and will not be tolerated.

“We’d like to hear from any residents who may have information – do you remember seeing anyone in the area acting suspiciously around vehicles? Any information you have could help so please get in touch via 101.

“Meanwhile our enquiries are continuing and we have conducted house-to-house enquiries in the area. We’d encourage residents to park in well-lit areas where possible – please be assured we are doing all we can to find those responsible.”

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