Police Car Attacked In Chesham
4:21pm 19th February 2010
Vandals have smashed up a Police car in Chesham!
Thames Valley Police said in a statement we are "iappealing for the public’s help after a police patrol car was criminally damaged in Chesham on Wednesday (17/2).
At about 9.30pm, officers who had attended Tom Scott House to take a statement for an unrelated incident went outside to find the car had been damaged and all its windows smashed. The car is expected to be back on the road later today (19/2). An investigation was immediately launched and a number of leads are being followed up, which include sightings of a black VW Golf making off from the scene.
Neighbourhood Inspector Chris Oliver, said: “Chesham people have a good sense of community spirit so we are hoping anyone who saw the incident or knows who’s responsible comes forward. The incident is extremely disappointing for both Thames Valley Police and the community and we are doing all we can to make sure those responsible are brought to justice.”
If you have any information about the incident, contact Thames Valley Police on 0845 8 505 505.
Or if you don’t want to talk to police or leave your name, contact the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.
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