Windows smashed after bricks thrown at buses in Great Yarmouth
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Two bus windows were smashed in Great Yarmouth after bricks were thrown at the windows.
The incident happened yesterday (February 5) at about 8.45pm in Regent Road, Great Yarmouth.
No arrests have been made yet after the objects were launched at the moving vehicles, smashing windows on both of them.
In a tweet last night, local officers wrote: 'If anyone has information regarding the culprits who smashed windows on a bus which was on Regent Road, Great Yarmouth please let us know. Regarding the bus windows... To the culprits.. Hand yourselves in.. I think we [need] to talk.'
Buses drive along Regent Road after leaving the bus station at Market Gates.
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• The police are still in the early stages of their investigation and have asked witnesses or anyone with information to call police on 101.
Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously 0800 555111 or use their online form www.crimestoppers-uk.org
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