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Teens arrested for criminal damage after throwing ice from roof of Norfolk car park

PUBLISHED: 15:18 31 January 2019

Police have arrested two teenagers for caused criminal damage following an incident in which ice was thrown off a car park roof.  Picture: Archant

Police have arrested two teenagers for caused criminal damage following an incident in which ice was thrown off a car park roof. Picture: Archant

Two teenagers have been arrested for criminal damage after throwing ice at pedestrians and motorists from the roof of a car park.

The youths, aged 13 and 14, were arrested at 12.30pm today (January 31) after throwing ice from the top of St James multi-storey car park in Clough Lane in King’s Lynn.

A police spokesman said: “Two youths were arrested after causing criminal damage and taken to the King’s Lynn Police Investigation Centre.

“Both are in custody for questioning at this stage.”


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