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Officers have been continuing with lines of enquiry following multiple reports of criminal damage caused to vehicles in and around the Boulevard area of Hull.
Following extensive lines of enquiry, police are now able to release CCTV footage of the incident that occurred between 3.40am and 4am on Wednesday 25 January.
Inspector Dave Lonsdale, of Hull Central Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Whilst the footage we have so far been able to obtain and release today doesn’t show the faces of the two individuals, it highlights how mindless and selfish their actions were.
“If anyone has even the slightest inclination as to who they may be, maybe you suspect a teenager, friend or family member was out in the early hours when ordinarily they wouldn’t or shouldn’t have been, please get in touch with us.
“We understand the serious implications for the owners of the vehicles affected and we are working relentlessly to hold those account to their actions.
“Since the reports were made we have thoroughly reviewed every incident, conducted a number of enquiries, including sourcing and scouring CCTV footage which we are still carrying out, and making extensive house to house calls to try and gather as much information as possible.
“Our officers are continuing to patrol the area providing additional reassurance to residents and the local community throughout the day and night and we would encourage you to speak to us with any concerns.
“I would please ask if you can help us identify the two people on the pushbikes, or assist with our enquiries in any way, please get come forward and call us on our non-emergency number 101 quoting log 38 of 25 January. You can also report information anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111.”