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Police appeal after bricks thrown at cars

PUBLISHED: 16:49 13 July 2018

The police have released images of five men in connection with an investigation into bricks being thrown at cars. Photo: Kent Police

The police have released images of five men in connection with an investigation into bricks being thrown at cars. Photo: Kent Police

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Police investigating an incident where bricks were thrown at two cars, including a police vehicle, have released images of five men who may have information important to their inquiry.

The incident happened on June 22 in Greenhithe. Photo: Kent PoliceThe incident happened on June 22 in Greenhithe. Photo: Kent Police

The first incident took place at around 7.15pm on June 22 in the Ingress Park Avenue area of Greenhithe, near the junction with London Road.

Shortly afterwards a parked police car was reported to have been targeted at the Bean junction of the B255.

Police are asking for people to help them identify the five men. Photo: Kent PolicePolice are asking for people to help them identify the five men. Photo: Kent Police

No injuries have been reported from these incidents.

Officers have conducted numerous inquiries, including speaking with witnesses and reviewing camera footage, and have now issued images of five people who may be able to assist with those inquiries.

A parked police car was targeted at the Bean junction of the B255. Photo: Kent PoliceA parked police car was targeted at the Bean junction of the B255. Photo: Kent Police

Anyone who recognises the men or has information about the incident can call Kent Police appeals line on 01474 366 149 quoting crime reference XY/038225/18.

Alternatively, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers in Kent anonymously on 0800 555 111.

The first brick was thrown in Ingress Park Avenue. Photo: Kent PoliceThe first brick was thrown in Ingress Park Avenue. Photo: Kent Police

Police believe the people in the images can help with their inquiries. Photo: Kent PolicePolice believe the people in the images can help with their inquiries. Photo: Kent Police

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