Egg-throwing night across Gloucester
Eggs and stones were being thrown at houses all across Gloucester on Wednesday night as youths hit the streets in force for Halloween.
Police officers had to attend several homes across the city to reassure worried residents.
Egg-throwing was reported in Overbury Road, Bloomfield Road, Lanett Road, Emerald Close and Lanham Gardens. Stones were thrown in Upton Street and Hatherley Road.
The worst incident was when a young teenage boy was spotted smashing the window of an abandoned Vauxhall Astra car at about 7.20pm along Sudeley Way, in Tuffley.
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Police say it was a relatively quiet night. A spokesman said: "The vast majority of people behaved responsibly. However, there was a series of 'egging' incidents and while these may not seem serious to some they have caused disruption and distress to the victims.
"We have provided reassurance to the victims and will be looking to identify those responsible where possible."