Police investigate spate of attacks on cars in village near Truro
A VILLAGE near Truro has fallen prey to a spate of attacks on parked cars.
Police said bodywork has been scratched on nine cars within four streets of Devoran.
The latest attack took place at some point between August 13-16 where a black Peugeot 206 parked on Devoran Lane was scratched on both sides.
Tom Care, PCSO for the village, said: “This is the third time it has happened to this victim in the last 18 months.
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“In the past 18 months there have been eight similar crimes within the village and at this time the police are working closely with the residents of Devoran and the parish council in order to apprehend the perpetrators of these crimes.”
Mr Care said all of the offences had taken place on Market Street, Devoran Lane, St John’s Terrace and Kea Row.
The police believe there could be many other similar incidents that have gone unreported.
Anybody with any information relating to these incidents is asked to call 101 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.