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Police appeal for information after cars vandalised in Fraserburgh

By Kyle Ritchie

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Police in Aberdeenshire are appealing for information following a spate of car vandalisms in Fraserburgh.

The incidents took place on Union Grove, Dennyduff Road, Hillcrest, West Road and Shore Street between 3.15am and 4am on Wednesday, July 21.

The suspect is described as a man aged between 18 and 25 with dark hair. At the time of the incidents he was wearing a light coloured hoodie, dark tracksuit bottoms with a white stripe and carrying a backpack.

Offensive material has been scraped on a number vehicles and officers are appealing to the public to help assist with their enquiries.

PC Neale Gawthorpe, of Fraserburgh community policing, said: “A number of car owners have had their vehicles damaged and we are asking for the public's to help trace the man responsible.

“I would ask if you were in any of the areas mentioned and noticed anyone acting suspicious that you get in contact with police.

“If there is anyone who has possible dashcam or CCTV footage that could assist with our investigation, please come forward and speak to officers.”

Police can be contacted by calling 101 and quoting incident 2119 of Thursday, 22 July, 2021.

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