By Daniel Wood
Vandals have smashed several bus windows in a series of attacks.
West Yorkshire Police released a Press Release earlier this week and police in Huddersfield are appealing for witnesses.
Vandals attacked several buses on Monday 24 February, between 8:40 pm and 9:30 pm. The buses were moving and carrying passengers at the time of the attack.
Two buses were allegedly targetted on Leeds Road during this time and a bus in Castlegate completed the attacks.
Investigations are ongoing, but it is believed at least one of the windows were damaged by a rock.
All three of the buses involved had windows smashed, but nobody was hurt.
Officers are also investigating if a group of people moved around the area targeting the vehicles.
Inspector Graham Dyson said: “These offences cause me serious concern and the potential for this behaviour to cause serious injurt, or a road traffic collision is clear.
“My team will be reviewing all the incidents to establish lines of enquiry and ensure those responsible are dealt with.
“If anyone receives any information about these incidents I would be grateful if details could be passed to the Police quoting crime reference 13200099376. Alternatively, information can be passed anonymously via Crimestoppers.
“These were truly stupid and reckless acts and I will be placing increased patrols in the area effected to try to identify potential offenders.”
People should contact the Huddersfield NPT on 101 or make reports online via www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat, if they have any information.
Information can also be given to the independent Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.