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RAWTHORPE | Criminals smashed a window on a property on Hey's View on October 15.
Geraghty, 35, smashed up the DVD cabinet and left the walls damaged.
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He's come smashing through the security gate and smashed right into the Audi, which has triggered off this train of smashes.
Passers-by could see a car smashed into the front of the chip shop and another car was in the middle of the road badly damaged by the impact.
Mrs Harrington had gone to a church vigil to St Anthony when the loaded Terex truck overturned while taking a corner and smashed into her home.
Had the asteroid smashed into a major city, millions of people might have been killed.
New and emerging wine consumers increasingly are embracing premium and super-premium wines as part of their lifestyle," says Bethany DiSanto, marketing director for Smashed Grapes.
A mobile phone and tobacco were snatched from a Ford Fusion parked on Stuart Grove on August 13 after the rear window was smashed at about 11.
He said: "One or more persons smashed the front window, we're not quite sure what with, and snatched some jewellery from the front of the shop.
At around 2am, a motorist hurtled past the vehicle hire centre in Dudley Port and smashed through its security gates.
A man in a balaclava and dark clothes smashed a glass cabinet and stole rings from Goldsmiths in West Orchards Shopping Centre at 2.
Some of them had been smashed into buildings or trees.
One man died and another was seriously hurt when a car went out of control and smashed into a wooden fence today.
Windows in a further 22 shops and business premises were smashed.