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TERROR TIMES


HOODED THUGS SMASH UP LEICESTER TAXI FIRM WITH AXE AND HAMMER


Hooded thugs armed with an axe and a hammer smashed up the front of the cab office of Fosse Taxis in Braunstone Gate, Leicester. The Leicester Mercury reports that nobody was injured during the incident, which happened at 8.10pm on Monday 1 March but the company has released CCTV of it in the hope it will help Leicestershire Police track down those responsible. The two men can be seen running up to the premises and striking the windows repeatedly before fleeing. The attack was over in seconds but


footage, our community can come together to prevent this ever happening again and to raise aware- ness for violence against local business in our community. “If you have any information, we kindly ask that you come forward so that the individuals responsible can be held accountable for


caused extensive damage. A Fosse Taxis spokesperson said: “We hope that, by sharing this


their actions.” Anyone with information is asked to call Leicestershire Police on 101.


GLASGOW CABBIE JUMPED BY TEENS AND CAR STOLEN BEFORE BEING DITCHED 3 MILES AWAY


Two teenagers have been charged after a taxi driver was allegedly jumped and his car stolen near Glasgow. According to the Daily Record, the boys, aged 14 and 15, stopped the driver who is believed to have been sitting in his car before they allegedly


robbed him of his motor and sped off on New Road in Cambuslang at around 9.50pm on Saturday 20 March. Officers attended the scene and the car was later found dumped almost three miles away on Station Road in Blantyre.


The youths were traced by police nearby in Bothwell before they were arrested and charged in connection with the incident. A report was submitted to the Procurator Fiscal and the pair were due to appear before Glasgow Sheriff Court on Monday 22 March.


15-YEAR-OLD BOY REPORTED AFTER STONES THROWN AT BUSES AND TAXI IN EDINBURGH


A number of buses and a taxi were damaged in south east Edinburgh through reckless behaviour after stones were thrown at them. According to the Edinburgh Reporter, officers have confirmed that a 15-year-old boy has been charged and will be reported to the youth assessor in connection with these incidents. The investigation into the activity


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remains ongoing. Chief Inspector Sarah Taylor, Local Area Commander for North West Edinburgh said: “We will continue our efforts to keep our communities, Lothian Buses staff and all motorists safe, through a proactive and co- ordinated approach, alongside working closely with our partners. “Officers continue to investigate these completely unacceptable and


senseless incidents to ensure that offenders are held accountable for their actions. “I reiterate our request for the support of parents, guardians and the wider public in tackling this behaviour. “If you see this behaviour, or congre- gations at bus stops causing a disturbance, please contact police on 101, or 999 in an emergency.”


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