Police in Weymouth are appealing for witnesses and
anyone with information to come forward after a criminal damage
spree in the town – with officers releasing an image of three boys
they would like to speak with.
Around 15 beach chalets had their windows smashed sometime
between 1.55am and 4.50am on Sunday 21 October 2012 along The
A further six incidents have been reported between Wednesday 17
October 2012 and Sunday 21 October 2012.
These include damage to car and house windows and graffiti
sprayed on the side of a building – all in the Greenhill and
Melcombe Regis areas.
Police Constable Matt Lydford, of Weymouth
police, said: “These are cases of mindless criminal damage which
have caused untold upset to a number of victims.
“I am very keen to speak to the boys pictured
as they may have information which will assist in our
“If anyone recognises them, I would ask them
to contact me urgently.
“One of the teenage boys has a very
distinctive two tone jumper on, while the other in the red hooded
top has a yellow drawstring bag on his back.
“I would also ask anyone who may have
witnessed any criminal damage incidents in the Greenhill and
Melcombe Regis areas around the above dates to come forward and
contact Dorset Police in the strictest confidence on 101.”
Witnesses and anyone with
information should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101 quoting
crime number 44273. Alternatively, call the free and anonymous
Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where mobile phone tariffs may