Tomato ketchup smeared on Melbourn house in anti-social behaviour spate

11:39 05 February 2014

Police said youths were knocking on doors and being rowdy

Police said youths were knocking on doors and being rowdy

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Ketchup was smeared on a house during a spate of anti-social behaviour in Melbourn.

Police are targeting a group of youngsters who are thought to have carried out the offences.

The youths struck in Little Lane, Melbourn between 5pm and 10pm on Tuesday, January 28. Police said they were “knocking on doors and being rowdy”.

PCSO Lindsay Gardiner said: “One particular youth has smeared tomato ketchup on the wall and windows of the owner’s property.”

Anyone with information about the incidents is urged to call PCSO Gardiner on 101.

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