Friday, April 13, 2012
The police are appealing for witnesses or information after windows were smashed on a home in Rosebery Road
Exmouth police would like to hear from witnesses who have information about two smashed windows on a home in The Colony.
Officers are keen to stamp out anti-social behaviour in the area and are appealing for residents to become the eyes and ears of the community - reporting incidents to the police.
Anyone spotting anti-social behaviour is asked to immediately dial 999 for officers to attend.
Police Community Support Officer Karen Capey said the rear of the Rosebery Road home was targeted within the space of 10 minutes between 11.30pm and 11.40pm on April 1.
A neighbour told police she heard the sound of breaking glass.
When officers visited the scene they were unable to spot the culprit.
PCSO Karen Capey said: “A neighbour reported to police that they heard glass or windows being smashed.
“Police attended the property but did not locate anyone.
“The town centre policing team are interested in any further knowledge of this incident and of any anti-social behaviour that is occurring in the rear service lane of Rosebery Road and Egremont Road.”
● You can also help police with the information by calling 101 and quoting crime reference KE/12/764 or email the town centre officers: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com