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Teens go joyriding in milk float across Dartford
A “PRANK” saw two teenagers go joyriding in a milk float through Dartford street before smashing it into a row of parked cars.
Detectives have today issued an image of a girl they wish to speak with in connection to the theft of the vehicle, which happened at 6.10am on July 17.
The two teens, who stole the milk float from St Vincent’s Road, were aged approximately between 16 and 18.
“Extensive” damage was caused to the parked cars after the young thieves lost control of the vehicle and made off on foot down an alleyway in Carlisle Road, which leads to Bayley Road.
Investigating officer Detective Constable Gerry King said: “What probably seemed like a prank to them has caused a great deal of annoyance and stress to others.
“We won’t tolerate people behaving like this in our streets.
“We have compiled an e-fit of a female we believe could help us with our enquiries and ask anybody who recognises her, or who has information about the incident, to come forward.”
The first offender is described as a slim white female who is approximately 5ft 3ins tall with dyed blonde hair.
She was wearing a black leather jacket and blue jeans at the time.
A slim white male was with her who had short fair hair, was wearing beige shorts and trainers and was carrying a bag with a long strap.
Anyone with information is asked to call DC King on 07772 221208 quoting crime reference XY/22027/13 or Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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