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The search is on for Haverhill graffiti vandal




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The search is on for a vandal who spray-painted graffiti on brand new houses in Haverhill.

New homes in the Bloor Homes development near Tudor road in Haverhill were vandalised with purple, black and blue spray-paint.

A fence was also sprayed with the slogan, “Kanye did it better,” while the phrase, “end of the line,” was sprayed onto a footpath.

An anarchist symbol was also spray-painted.

An Anglian Water sub station in Bumpstead Road was targeted with paint as well. Police think it may have been the work of the same person who vandalised the properties.

The incidents occurred some time between 8.30pm on March 20 and 10am on March 21.

“It could have taken them five minutes or five hours to do,” said PCSO Lorna Chapman, who attended the scene. “I feel so sorry for the people whose houses they are. They’re brand new, some of them don’t even have the house numbers up on the wall yet.”

Police are looking to speak to anyone who may have information about this incident.

Anyone who can help should contact Haverhill police on 101.

Members of the public can also contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.



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