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Police want to speak to three youths caught on camera in Elsenham after damage to pensioner's home



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Police want to trace three youths caught on CCTV on the night stones were thrown at an 86-year-old woman's home in Elsenham.

An image of the suspects has been released by Essex Police investigating the damage to a pane of glass in widow Pamela Budden's double-glazed bedroom window at her bungalow in Glebe End shortly after midnight on January 2.

The incident happened as she was getting ready for bed and has left her feeling "furious and anxious". Her son, Richard, criticised police for their slow response in following up the report.

Police are keen to speak to these three youths caught on CCTV following criminal damage in Glebe End, Elsenham (54403203)
Police are keen to speak to these three youths caught on CCTV following criminal damage in Glebe End, Elsenham (54403203)

In a statement released on Thursday (January 20), Essex Police said: "We want to speak to these people in connection with the incident. We appreciate these are not the best quality images, but if you recognise these people or think you may have seen them please contact us. Additionally, we need anyone who saw anything or has any CCTV, dashcam or doorbell footage to contact us."

Anyone with information can submit a report online at https://www.essex.police.uk or use the 'Live Chat' button to speak to an online operator between 7am and 11pm. Please quote crime reference number 42/1150/22. You can also call Essex Police on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.



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