Teenagers arrested after vandalism spree in St Ives

TWO 13-year-old boys were arrested following a vandalism spree in St Ives. Thousands of pounds of damage was caused to buildings and cars on December 9. St Ives Free Church in Market Hill had to close its Fair Trading shop and coffee bar for most of the

TWO 13-year-old boys were arrested following a vandalism spree in St Ives.

Thousands of pounds of damage was caused to buildings and cars on December 9.

St Ives Free Church in Market Hill had to close its Fair Trading shop and coffee bar for most of the day while glass from three broken windows was cleaned up.

The church believes the damage will cost around £2,000 to repair.


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St Ives Bus Station on the corner of Station Road and Market Road also had several windows smashed, and Huntingdonshire District Council said it will cost around £2,000 to replace.

Police are still appealing for witnesses.

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Anyone with information can call Cambridgeshire police on 08454 564564 or Crimestoppers

The teenagers have been released on bail until January 26.

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