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I smashed it, I was off my face and smashed it.'"."
| Burglars smashed the lock off the cellar entrance to a property on Westbourne Road on October 21 in the afternoon and stole a coffee machine.
South Frederick Street, South Shields Put the windows out and smashed down the front door 8.
Mr Dallat added: "They don't need to be getting phone calls to tell them their premises has been smashed up."
"There was smashed glass and ornaments throughout the house.
The windows of a Mercedes S600, parked in the driveway, were also smashed in the attack early this morning.
2 : to hit or move violently <The ball smashed through a window.> <He smashed a ball over the fence.>
At around 2am, a motorist hurtled past the vehicle hire centre in Dudley Port, Tipton, and smashed through its security gates.
A STOLEN bus smashed its way through cars, destroying a chip shop and injuring a teenager last night.
ALMOST half of the UK's convenience stores have had their shop windows smashed in the past three years.
Scientists think the asteroid smashed into Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula and wiped out half of Earth's species, including dinosaurs.
HAFIZABAD -- The district police claimed to have smashed three gangs of burglars, cattle-lifters and dacoits and recovered booty worth millions of rupees.
She was filmed hurling a rock through the rear window of the BMW, leaving the car with its windscreen and side windows smashed and glass everywhere.
DALTON | The window on a Renault Traffic was smashed as the van was parked on Greenhead Lane on October 13 in the evening.
At around 2am, a motorist hurtled past the vehicle hire centre in Dudley Port and smashed through its security gates.