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Truro police ‘understand frustration’ over latest spate of car damage

Police have appealed for the public’s help following a spate of car crimes in Truro over the last month or so.

Truro Police Neighborhood Team says it is aware that further vehicles have been damaged on the Malabar estate and Richmond Hill area of ​​city in the last few weeks.

The offenses and accompanying crime reference numbers are as follows:

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CR/011558/22 – committed overnight February 7-8 on Richards Crescent.

CR/016219/22 – committed between February 20-22 on St Thomas Close.

CR/012117/22 – committed overnight January 28-29 on Malabar Road

CR/012330/22 – committed overnight February 7-8 on Richmond Hill

Sergeant Dave Pearce said: “Can I please ask that everyone in these areas checks their CCTV, ring door bells and other devices and if anything is seen then please contact Truro Neighborhood Team via our website.

“We believe the offender to be a white male, 5’8 in height and small build.

“I fully appreciate the frustrations of the residents and the victims in relation to these offenses and I ask for their full support in trying to catch this person committing these crimes.

“If you see any one acting suspicious in the local area please contact 999 and record anything you can on your mobile phone.

“To secure a conviction we need to produce evidence to a court and they must decide beyond reasonable doubt that the person who is charge is the offender. Prosecutions cannot be brought simply by word of mouth. We need as much evidence as possible.”

Sergeant Pearce went onto thank the public for the continued support.

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