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Investigators have made an appeal for witnesses after a wave of vandalism in York Road, Sudbury.

In the early hours of July 29, a pair of unidentified males were sighted removing coping stones from the wall of a private address.

This reportedly occurred between 1am and 1.05am.

Anybody with potentially relevant information is encouraged to come forward.
Anybody with potentially relevant information is encouraged to come forward.

The crime reference for this offence is 48496/22.

Between 2am and 3am, the flint wall next to St John's Church was also damaged.

The crime reference for this offence is 48335/22.

At an unspecified time on the same night, a garden wall in the area was vandalised, and another was pulled down.

The crime reference for the first incident is 48324/22, while the reference for the second is 48550/22.

Investigators are looking to speak to persons with potentially relevant information, or who may have doorbell footage capturing any of the incidents.

Suffolk Police can be contacted by calling 101, or via the report form on their website.

Alternatively, an anonymised report can be filed with CrimeStoppers.