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Police Vehicle Egged
Unknown persons hurled eggs at a marked police patrol vehicle in the East End area last evening, Friday October 22.
According to information, officers were at the time responding to reports that young persons were seen throwing eggs at vehicles.
Upon arrival, the said individuals began to hurl eggs at the police vehicle. It must be noted that police siren was on at the time of the incident.
They then made good their escape.
Police are now asking anyone who can identify the young men, to please to make contact with the RVIPF Control Room via 311 , East End Police Station via 368 9704 or 9742.
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