Gorleston resident’s anger after three cars keyed in Duke Road
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A Goreleston women has spoken of her concerns, after a series of cars were keyed in her neighbourhood.
On Monday morning, a resident of Duke Road, noticed scratches across the doors of three cars belonging to her neighbours.
It comes around a month after her own car was given the same treatment, which she had since gotten repaired.
She said; 'It's been happening on and off for the past few weeks now - which is very frustrating. It just looks as though somebody has taken their keys and gone across all the cars they can in a row.
'I've lived here for 18 years, but it is only recently it has become a problem, and short of putting in our own CCTV there is nothing really we can do about it - we can't watch our cars 24-seven.'
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The latest case is thought to have happened between 7.55am and 8.15am on Monday.
The incident was reported to the police, but the woman also wants to warn residents living nearby of the problem.
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She said: 'I want make people aware that this is happening in our area. I just cannot understand why it is being done.
'It is just mindless destruction - I'm sure the people who have been doing it would not like it happening to their car, so why do it to somebody else?'
Police confirmed they had received reports of three cars being keyed on Duke Road and are to speak to victims in due course.
Any witnesses, or people with any information are encouraged to contact police on 101.