POLICE are searching for witnesses after a moving car was hit by a ball bearing in a Herefordshire town.

PC Lowri Jones, of Bromyard's Safer Neighbourhood Team, said officers are investigating criminal damage to a grey Toyota Rav 4 on the Tenbury Road, between the Co-op supermarket and Legges butcher in Bromyard.

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The vehicle's driver side window was smashed at around 4.05pm on Saturday, February 18, when a ball bearing hit it as it was driven towards Bromyard town.

"We believe the ball bearing came from the direction of Firs Lane," PC Jones said.


"Did you see anyone in the area? Did you see what happened?"

Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to contact police by using the 'tell us about form on the West Mercia Police website, quoting incident reference 22/17213/23 or by emailing bromyard.snt@westmercia.police.uk.

If you aren’t comfortable contacting police directly, you can pass on information anonymously to the independent charity, Crimestoppers, by calling 0800 555 111 or by visiting their website. 

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