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CCTV images released after six vehicles were damaged in Market Drayton street

Police have released CCTV images of a car after six vehicles were damaged in a residential street in Market Drayton.

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Photo: West Mercia Police

Between 5am and 5.30 am on Thursday(2), six vehicles were damaged in Great Hales Street as a result of criminal damage.

West Mercia Police officers investigating the damage to the vehicles are asking for the public’s help to identify the car caught in the CCTV image.

Officers believe the vehicle to be a white SUV type car, which was captured on various CCTV cameras between 5.07am and 5.27am.

CCTV image released by West Mercia Police

Liz Kennedy, a resident of Great Hales St, said: "I’ve lived there for 4 years and nothing like this has happened before, it’s really shaken the street up.

"It’s a lovely place to live and everyone knows eachother. It was heartbreaking to go out in the morning and see all the damage.

"It’s upset us all and made a few of the elderly resident frightened to leave their homes."

Photo: Liz Kennedy

Liz went on to say that for herself and her partner's car, it is going to cost around £500 to fix the damage.

Police are reviewing the images and continuing with enquiries in the local area and are appealing to anyone with doorbell camera or dash-cam footage of the incident to get in touch with PC Thomas Beever on 07790 951338 or email

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or at

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