Youths charged following graffiti attacks in Diss
Two youths have been arrested following a spate of graffiti attacks in the Diss area.
Officers from the Diss Safer Neighbourhood Team have arrested and charged two 17-year-olds after offensive graffiti was sprayed on buildings throughout September.
The boys, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, have each been charged with a number of offences relating to incidents in Diss and Pulham Market.
One has been charged with three counts of burglary (non-dwelling), theft from motor vehicle, two counts of criminal damage, driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence and driving without insurance.
The other youth is charged with three counts of burglary (non-dwelling), theft from motor vehicle and two counts of criminal damage.
You may also want to watch:
Both have been released on conditional bail to appear at Norwich Youth Court on Tuesday, October 25.
- 1 'Too close to home': Neighbours' shock as body found at Mousehold Heath
- 2 Which? warning to avoid sun cream brand for children
- 3 Poultry company owner says food industry is at 'crisis point'
- 4 Man suffers injuries after road rage assault near retail park
- 5 Chicken restaurant closes 'due to unforeseen circumstances'
- 6 Lifeboat crew rescues three girls out to sea on lilos
- 7 Noise investigation launched after works leave houses 'tremoring'
- 8 St Benedict's Street restaurant closes due to 'pingdemic'
- 9 What are the top 10 new shops opening in Norwich?
- 10 Thunderstorms set to put dampener on weekend