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We’re appealing for information after a report of criminal damage to a police vehicle in Hafod-y-Mynydd, Rhymney, at around 8.40am on Sunday 9 September.
A man allegedly damaged the two back tyres of the car when it was parked near the corner of Maes-yr-Haf.
Officers would like to speak to a man who they believe might be able to help with the investigation. He is described as being white, of stocky build, with a large tattoo on his right calf muscle.
He was wearing a black jacket with the hood up, black shorts and black trainers.
Chief Inspector Paul Biggs said:
“This type of anti-social behaviour has huge ramifications for Gwent Police and our communities.
“This mindless act of vandalism means that one of our service vehicles was out of action for a short time, affecting our ability to respond to emergency calls.
“Away from the impact on our ability to respond to crime, all our vehicles that are damaged need to be repaired.
“As a public resource, it is the taxpayer who has had to assist with repairs linked to this report of criminal damage.”
If you have any information that could help us, please call 101, quoting log reference 2300307141.
You can also contact us with information via social media on Facebook and Twitter, or by calling Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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