Kettering criminal damage suspects caught on CCTV

POLICE have released images of men they wish to speak with in connection with a series of criminal damage incidents that occurred in Kettering on 28 September.
POLICE have released images of men they wish to speak with in connection with a series of criminal damage incidents that occurred in Kettering on 28 September.

Police have released images of men they wish to speak with in connection with a spate of criminal damage in Kettering on Friday, September 28.

Six incidents of criminal damage were reported to the police, and all are believed to have occurred overnight on the Friday and into Saturday morning.

The first incident was reported after glass was smashed in the door of Fuller Coffee shop, Newland Street.

The second incident involved a glass panel being smashed in the door to the 99p Store, Gold Street.

The third incident involved the front glass being smashed in Specsavers in the Newlands centre.

It is believed that the suspects then walked along Rockingham Road where they first knocked a garden wall down, and then smashed a car wing mirror.

They are then thought to have walked along Northfield Avenue, where bricks were removed from another garden wall and thrown at a car on the drive of a property.

They may then have gone into Asda and caused some nuisance.

Officers believe that thousands of pounds worth of damage may have been caused and are keen to speak with or identify the men in the pictures to assist in the investigation.