Apples thrown damage Skegness property

Police news.
Police news.

Between approximately 3.10pm and 3.20pm on Tuesday, October 21 apples were thrown by two young males causing damage to a skegness residence.

PCSO Dave Bunker of the Skegness Neighbourhood Policing Team reports that the two offenders were walking along Lincoln Road, from Church Road North towards its junction with Burgh Road and one offender has picked up an apple from the pavement and threw it at a residential property.

The apple impacted with the window on the front door of the property, smashing the glass in the window.

The first male is described as of School age, wearing a grey hooded top with the hood up, black trousers, black shoes. carrying a JD drawstring bag over his shoulder.

The second male is also descibed as being of School age, wearing a Skegness Acadamy Jumper, purple in colour, black trousers, and black shoes also carrying a JD drawstring bag over his shoulder.

Pcso Bunker said: “This incident has left the two elderly victims considerably distressed and scared and I appeal to anyone who witnessed the incident or who has any information which will assist me to identify the offenders to contact me on 101 quoting incident number 281 of Tuesday, October 21.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.