Spate of 'mindless vandalism and intimidation' in the Jennyfields area of Harrogate

A plea for information has been issued by North Yorkshire Police following a spate of 'mindless vandalism and intimidation' in the Jennyfields area of Harrogate.
A plea for information has been issued by North Yorkshire Police following a spate of 'mindless vandalism and intimidation' in the Jennyfields area of Harrogate.

A plea for information has been issued by North Yorkshire Police following a spate of 'mindless vandalism and intimidation' in the Jennyfields area of Harrogate.

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A statement shared via the North Yorkshire Police community messaging service explains that there were several incidents between September 13 and 16, with a number of windows smashed at the Jennyfields Styan community centre, vandalism of bus shelters, broken fences, and members of the community being intimidated by the perpetrators.

The statement said: "Over the weekend there have been several incidents of anti-social behaviour in the Jennyfields area. There have been windows smashed at the Styan centre, bus stops smashed, fences broken and members of the community intimidated by a group of young people.This is mindless vandalism and intimidation. Someone in the community must know who these youths are.

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"If you have any information, please call North Yorkshire Police on 101, or contact Crimestoppers on 0800555111."