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Following the appeal below, a mother challenged her 14-year-old son about the incident and brought him into the police station to be questioned.
In total, four 14-year-olds boys were interviewed regarding the damaged window and all admitted to their part.
PC Jane Jones said: "They have agreed to pay compensation to cover the cost to get the window repaired.
"They have also agreed to take part in restorative justice with the victim which includes apologising for the damage and upset they have caused.
"I thank the victim and the parents for supporting this process which will hopefully put a stop to such offending in the future."
17 October 2022
Four youths seen running off after lemonade bottle smashes bungalow window in Norton
Police in Ryedale are appealing for witnesses and information about a smashed window in Norton.
It happened on Park Road at 7.45pm on Saturday (15 October 2022) and involved a group of youths throwing a glass lemonade bottle at a bungalow.
Four boys, aged around 14 to 15 and wearing dark clothing, were spotted running away from the scene.
Witnesses to the incident or anyone with information that could help to identify the suspects, are urged to come forward without delay.
If you can help, please email [email protected] You can also call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2, and ask for Jane Jones.
If you wish to remain anonymous, you can pass information to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Please quote reference number 12220183933 when providing details.
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