Police on the Isle of Wight are investigating two separate reports of criminal damage in the Freshwater area of the Isle of Wight on Saturday 24 March.
Officers received a report shortly tadalafiltablets.net after 10:50pm that two cars had been damaged by a group of youths on Upper Princes Road and School Green Road. One car had its wing mirror damaged, the second had its rear window smashed. A 17 year-old boy from the Isle of Wight was subsequently arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage and has been released from custody without charge but remains under investigation.
At 11:30pm a piece of concrete was thrown at the window of a bus shortly after it had stopped on Heathfield Road. A 49 year-old man who was a passenger was left with a cut to his head after the window smashed.
PC Martin Egerton who is investigating the incident involving the bus said: “This was a dangerous and irresponsible act that could have resulted in serious injuries to the passenger, who thankfully was only left with a cut to his head.
“This type of behvaiour will not be tolerated and I am keen to hear from anyone who has information as to who was responsible”.
If you have any information relating to this case, please call 101 quoting reference ‘44180110355/44180110417.’, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously.