Norfolk Police linking two attacks on butchers within days in Norfolk
- Credit: Tom Fiddy
Norfolk Police have confirmed they are linking graffiti attacks at two butchers stores within a few days of each other.
The first incident happened at Fiddy’s Butchers on Aylsham Road overnight on Wednesday, October 7 into Thursday, October 8.
A window was smashed and graffiti sprayed on the building.
The second incident happened at a Hazel’s Butchers on Corbet Avenue, Sprowston, overnight between Friday, October 9 and Saturday, October 10 October.
Graffiti was sprayed on the building and on two vans parked outside the premises.
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The suspect/s have also attempted to smash a window on the shop front and van.
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