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Cars scratched over night

Cars scratched over night

Tuesday 20 September 2022

Cars scratched over night

Tuesday 20 September 2022


At least five cars appear to have been deliberately damaged while parked on Arsenal Road in St Peter Port.

Guernsey Police say it happened between 20:00 Sunday night and 07:00 Monday morning.

PC Winberg is appealing for witnesses "to a spate of damage to motor vehicles along Arsenal Road".

"It is suspected a sharp object has been used to scratch the bodywork of at least five vehicles," they said.

fire station

Pictured: Arsenal Road is where the Fire Station is. Cars are able to park on the side opposite the station, nearest to Victoria Tower and further up the road at the junction.

Guernsey Police have previously had to deal with similar spates of vandalism in areas around, and including, Arsenal Road.

In 2018 repeated incidents saw numerous cars targeted by vandals in Arsenal Road, the Odeon car park and Monument Gardens, and Brock Road.

At the time, advice issued by Guernsey Police included a call to ring 999 immediately if a person suspects vandalism is occurring outside their property.

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