POLICE are appealing for witnesses after two shop windows in Leominster were smashed.

Lenka's in Burgess Street and Anthemion Antiques in Church Street were damaged in the early hours of the morning.

Adam Stobbart, a police officer in Leominster, said: "On Sunday August 13 between 4am and 4.30am police received a report of criminal damage to shop windows.

"Police are continuing with enquiries but if you were out in the town last night and saw anything or have any information please get in touch."

Hereford Times: The shop window of Anthemion Antiques was damagedThe shop window of Anthemion Antiques was damaged (Image: Joshua Dyer)


In potential connection with the incident, police are looking for a white man in his early twenties, who is six feet tall and of a medium build, with short dark hair and some facial hair. He was wearing a white T-shirt, dark trousers and white trainers.

On August 7, Leominster newsagent Etnam News was also damaged, with the shop window smashed and e-cigarettes and tobacco stolen. 

Anyone who knows anything about the incidents in Burgess Street and Church Street should call 101 and quote the incident reference number 00099_I_13082023.