Boys, aged 14 and 17, arrested after eight parked cars damaged in Harrogate

Cars have been left with notices by North Yorkshire Police. Picture: David Simister
Cars have been left with notices by North Yorkshire Police. Picture: David Simister

Two boys, aged 14 and 17, were arrested in the early hours of the morning after eight cars were left damaged yesterday, (August 16).

Police called at 2.15am to reports that 'two youths' were causing damage to a number of vehicles parked on Queens Road, Harrogate.

All eight vehicles have been left with damaged wing mirrors. Picture: David Simister

All eight vehicles have been left with damaged wing mirrors. Picture: David Simister

The two boys were arrested for criminal damage within half an hour from the initial report and remain in custody for questioning.

The vehicles and damage include:

- A black Ford Fiesta with damage to the passenger side wing mirror

- A blue Ford Ka with damage to the passenger side wing mirror

- A Silver Kia Sportage with damage to the driver side wing mirror

- A black Vauxhall Astra with damage to the driver side wing mirror

- A silver Volkswagen Polo with damage to the passenger side wing mirror

- A black Volkswagen Scirocco with damage to the driver side wing mirror

- A black Nissan Juke with damage to the passenger side wing mirror

- A white Ford Fiesta with damage to the passenger side wing mirror

Affected vehicles were left with a police notice "not to be tampered with or moved by anyone without first contacting North Yorkshire Police".

Anyone who has any information is asked to please call 101 and quote reference number 12170144962