Seaton police hunt vandal who caused �2,000 damage
Shop windows smashed in ten minute crime spree
POLICE have issued a description of a young man they want to question after three windows were smashed in Seaton town centre.
The ten minute wrecking spree began at 11pm on Saturday – and the damage is estimated at some �2,000.
Windows at Seaton Wines and Bennett and Rogers opticians were all broken.
Police say the person they want to talk to in relation to the vandalism is described as a white male in his late teens or early twenties, with medium blond hair who was wearing Henley jeans with distinctive yellow pockets, and a grey jumper.
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Anyone with information is asked to contact Seaton Police Sergeant Richard Stonecliffe on 08452 777444.
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