Family escapes injury after “bricks thrown at car”

News / Tue 31st Jul 2018 at 02:32pm

A HARLOW family has escaped serious injury after bricks were hurled at their car.

A woman and her children were travelling on Fourth Avenue, near the old GSK building when the incident occurred.

A police spokesperson said: “We were called at around 11.20pm on Sunday, July 29 to reports a vehicle had been damaged in Fourth Avenue, Harlow.

“It was reported three boys had thrown objects at the vehicle.

“If you have any information about the incident please call us on 101 quoting the crime reference number 42/109002/18 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111”.

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5 Comments for Family escapes injury after “bricks thrown at car”:

2018-07-31 15:07:58

These Tory cuts are causing real problems, according to Labour. Austerity is to blame ? according to Labour. Don't we think that it may be something to do with Mummy and Daddy ?

2018-07-31 16:38:52

Bricks, Micky they said. Not something that sounds similar, so why are you commenting?

2018-08-01 05:20:55

Toilet style comment, now he's found his true level, and, as usual nothing to say about the article.

Captain Darling
2018-08-01 14:24:38

I think that Mum and Dads are totally responsible for the problems with their kids and youths misbehaving. But, if young people are causing problems and are involved in so-called "lesser" crime like this; or if they taking part in more serious crime involving knifes, is it really a good idea to cut billions from the Police budget in the name of Austerity? The cuts have seen a huge reduction in Police numbers, and now this sort crime, and crime on the whole, is increasing. Any Government responsible for doing that should be ashamed of themselves.

2018-08-01 18:57:39

I don't believe it. So, what's the answer then? According to the Lefties they want a copper on every street corner. Loony Left very much alive and kicking in 'arlow. You couldn't make it up, or ?

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