Cars damaged in Leonard Stanley
A SPATE of damage was caused to cars in Leonard Stanley over the weekend.
Police are investigating after marker pen, possibly permanent, was used to draw a smiley face in red ink on the bonnet of a white Iveco van parked on a driveway at a home in Brimley.
A nondescript picture was also drawn on the driver-side rear window of the victim's black Land Rover, which was parked on the road.
Gloucestershire officers believe the damaged, caused between Saturday, October 20 and Sunday, October 21, could be linked to two other incidents in the area.
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On Saturday evening a cane, half an inch in diameter, was forced into the exhaust of a dark grey VW Polo, also parked in Brimley.
Police are also looking at a scratch on a silver Citroen Berlingo parked on the road between October 16 and October 19.
Anyone with any information can contact police on 101, quoting incident number 252 of October 21.