A car had its tyres slashed this weekend and another had its windscreen smashed in a recent spate of vandalism in Suffolk.

Police are appealing for information after a car parked on the High Street in Ixworth, in west Suffolk, had its two passenger side tyres slashed over the weekend.

This incident occurred sometime between 8pm on Friday, June 7 and 6pm, Saturday, June 8.

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Meanwhile, a car parked in York Road in Haverhill had its rear windscreen smashed over the weekend. 

Police say this happened some time between 3.08pm and 3.10pm on Saturday, June 8 and they are appealing for any witnesses to come forward. 

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A car was also damaged in Colsterdale Road in Carlton Colville, near Lowestoft, at the end of last month with all of its windows smashed. 

Police say the damage took place at about 1am on Thursday, May 30. 

Anyone with information should contact police about these incidents quoting crime reference 37/31960 /24 (Ixworth), 37/31943/24 (Haverhill) or 37/29971/24 (Carlton Colville)