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Appeal after cars damaged in Kent

Kent Police are investigating after several cars were damaged in Greenhithe.

There were four separate reports of damage to parked cars in the early hours of July 22.

The damages took place in Jubilee Close and Knockhall Road.

Three of the cars had one of their windows smashed and a white Ford Transit van has a window and windscreen broken.

Officers would like to find a group aged 17 to 18 who were seen in the area at that time.

It is believed ten people carrying golf clubs caused the damage.

PC Steve Selter of Kent Police said: "Mindless vandalism like this is incredibly frustrating and upsetting for the victims and causes a lot of inconvenience and fear in what is otherwise a very safe area."

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Fresh appeal for witnesses

Kent Police have renewed an appeal for information on an unsolved murder following the death of the victim's father.

Cliff Tiltman, the father of Kent schoolgirl Claire Tiltman who was murdered in 1993, has died without seeing his daughter's killer behind bars.

Mr Tiltman, who was in a nursing home, died on 14th September 2012 and his funeral is being held today, 2nd October 2012.

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