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Two teenagers have been arrested following a major criminal damage spree in Northallerton town centre last night.
Numerous windows were broken on shops and at the train station, at least five cars were vandalised and an ATM cash machine was put out of action during the incident in the late evening.
Police responded promptly to reports from the public and located two suspects, who were detained and spent the night in police custody.
The two males, age 13 and 14, have since been bailed pending further enquiries.
Officers would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the event, which happened on Northallerton High Street, or was a victim of criminal damage who has not yet spoken to police.
Also anyone with CCTV that has captured the incident is also urged to come forward.
Please contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1 to speak to the Force Control Room and quote crime number 12220160644 to provide information for the investigation team to make contact.
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