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Car And House Windows Getting Smashed In S5

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Over last couple of nights there have been several incidents of house and car windows getting smashed around deer lands / Lindsay Avenue / Emerson crescent area. Has anyone else suffered anything similar recently.  Not sure if it’s just random or targeted 

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Heard a few cars been smashed up top of deerlands little gangster chavs with looks of it happens every few years little boys thinking there bad men smashing up cars 

 

 

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its a trend that started in london i think,get a group of kids smah a few house windows and then a few car windows as you run away,not exactat;y gangster,but its the cost to normal hard working people that makes it evil.

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5 hours ago, bassett one said:

but its the cost to normal hard working people that makes it evil.

Why only ‘normal hard working people’?

 

Surely anyone who has their car or house windows smashed deserves sympathy, whoever they are?

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I suspect its targeted but sometimes they make mistakes. There seems to have been a spate of stabbings around there too, plus the lorry being driven into a house and torched. Probably mainly drug gang related. Nothing to worry about if you or family members aren't involved in any way.

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Tell that to the poor person that it's not a worry that the car is written off by escaping scrotes. 

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Have read this morning that the Skoda dealership has had loads of cars rear windows put through ,police chased suspects but they got away 

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