Windscreen smashed in Honiton

10:14 05 February 2014

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Anyone with information is urged to call police.

The windscreen of a red 4x4 Jeep was smashed in Kings Street, Honiton.

The incident occurred on the evening of Thursday, January 30, when the vehicle was parked along the road.

Police believe an item was thrown at the front windscreen causing it to smash - compost or mud was found on the windscreen and on the pavement leading from Kings Street to Streamers Meadows.

Three other cars had compost or mud thrown over them but no damage was caused. Officers told the Midweek Herald that at around 12.20am that night a member of the public saw two males walking along Streamers Meadows carrying a plastic compost bag.

Anyone with information is urged to call police in Honiton on 101 and quote crime reference number KH/14/63.

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