Last updated at 11:47, Thursday, 16 February 2012
POLICE officers are hunting the man responsible for damaging a window at the Blockbuster shop in Whitehaven.
The man kicked a window which smashed as he left the King Street premises at 7.30pm on Thursday last week.
The culprit, who left in the direction of Duke Street, is described as a white adult with a beard and was wearing dark clothing and a white baseball cap.
A BRICK was used to smash the windscreen of a car on Dent Road, Whitehaven.
Police officers are investigating the damage to the Volkswagon Golf which happened overnight on February 7/8.
A WINDOW was smashed of a property on High Street, Cleator Moor, between 6pm and 9pm on Saturday.
BOTH telephone boxes on Frizington’s Main Street have been targeted by vandals. Windows of the kiosks were smashed on February 3 and 4.
A HANDBAG was stolen from a Volkswagon Astra parked at Bleach Green car park at Ennerdale Lake between noon and 2pm on Sunday.
The bag contained bank cards that were later used in the Workington area.
A MAN suffered facial injuries after being assaulted while he walked along Duke Street, Whitehaven, at 2am on Sunday. Witnesses are being sought.
A BMW was scratched while parked at the West Cumberland Hospital. Police are investigating the damage that occurred around 6pm on January 31.
First published at 11:11, Thursday, 16 February 2012
Published by http://www.whitehavennews.co.uk
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