Dumper trucks damaged and windows smashed on Bradwell building site

Police are appealing for witnesses after a building site was targeted by vandals. Picture: James Ba

Police are appealing for witnesses after a building site was targeted by vandals. Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2014

Police are appealing for information after vandals targeted a building site in Bradwell stealing diesel and damaging vehicles.

The site on Beccles Road has been targeted on three occasions.

The first incident happened between 4.30pm on December 4 and 8am on December 8 when offenders stole more than 100 gallons of diesel from two dumper trucks, set off two fire extinguishers inside the truck cabs and smashed one of the windows causing damage of around £900.

On the same weekend, between 4.30pm on December 7 and 7.30am on December 8, offenders smashed windows of two vehicles causing around £100 worth of damage.

Between the same times, offenders also broke into an on-site office, by damaging a metal window shutter and smashing a window. Once inside they stole a Hewlett Packard laptop and attempted to get into other offices.


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Officers are linking the incidents.

Witnesses or anyone with information should call PC Steve Hughes on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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