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Vandals destroy car outside Grantham business

Police are appealing for information after a car was vandalised in Grantham on Friday.

The company vehicle was parked in Print Bureau's car park on Ruston Road, Alma Park Industrial Estate, when it was targeted by vandals after staff left for the weekend.

Jerry Levick, who opened the printing company eight years ago claims he has CCTV footage of the incident, which he has passed to police.

The car was vandalised on Friday night. (16313637)
The car was vandalised on Friday night. (16313637)

He said: "I am disgusted. It just makes you think that you can't have anything. We now have to rearrange our parking to ensure cars are locked in a compound and we can't do any deliveries at the moment. We've already wasted half a day's work trying to sort it all out."

The car was vandalised on Friday night. (16313635)
The car was vandalised on Friday night. (16313635)

"As a small local business we work hard for all our customers, working long hours so they get their work when they want it. We do this because that is how we work. Now we have added pressure due to mindless idiots thinking it’s funny, a laugh and have nothing better to but to smash our work car up.

" Let’s hope that the police can identify them from the CCTV."

The car was vandalised on Friday night. (16313631)
The car was vandalised on Friday night. (16313631)

Lincolnshire Police would like to hear from anyone with information about the incident.

A police spokespersonsaid: "It is believed that drain pipes have been removed from Print Bureau and used to damage the vehicle. It is believed this happened between 5pm on Friday and Sunday morning.

"We are investigating and anyone with information should call 101 quoting the incident 219 of 8 September. Alternatively people can email Force.Control@lincs.pnn.police.uk quoting the incident number or make a report anonymously to Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111."


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