A new business has been left with more than £1,000 worth of damage after its windows were smashed. 

Tan'd Up in Harleston has been based in the town for less than two weeks but is already having to pay for repairs after the damage was discovered this morning. 

The tanning salon is owned by Noor Hussain who moved to Harleston from Norwich around three years ago.

Eastern Daily Press: Three of the salon's windows have been damagedThree of the salon's windows have been damaged (Image: Noor Hussain)He said: "We moved here to have a better life in a quiet, rural area away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

"I feel like I've been targeted and don't feel safe in my own town.

"We spent a lot of money on the business and the frustration is killing me."

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Mr Hussain said the community had otherwise been supportive and had welcomed the shop with "open arms" but that he was now left with roughly £1,000 in repair costs for three smashed windows. 

Eastern Daily Press: Tan'd Up opened on November 25Tan'd Up opened on November 25 (Image: Noor Hussain)He added: "It's really upsetting, I don't even feel safe now."

The incident has been reported to Norfolk Police and enquiries are ongoing.