Shocking moment vandal spray paints ‘MOVE’ on cars blocking path of prams and wheelchairs in night time rampage | The Sun

THIS is the shocking moment a graffiti vandal sprays 'MOVE' on cars blocking a path of prams and wheelchairs.

The "senseless" thug then smashed a Ford Fiesta's windows during a twisted midnight rampage on several motors.



Joyce Smith, 70, said she's only had the black Fiesta a month after her last car was written off when smashed into by car thieves.

The "appalled" retired office worker told The Sun: "We have no idea why we have been targeted.

"We have parked there for months and nobody has said anything.

"Where we park is not anyone’s property just a bit of public road."

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The cars that got a daubing appear to be partially parked on the pavement.

Joyce's 31-year-old daughter Karen's white Nissan Pixo and a metallic grey Audi A5 also got an unwanted lick of yellow paint on Monday morning.

Livid Joyce, from Leigh, Greater Manchester, added: "The police just haven't bothered as far as I am aware."

The attack comes just weeks after pregnant mum-of-two Amy Seddon had her car savaged by a vandal.

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Amy, 31, told The Sun: "Three windows smashed and three tyres were done and it was covered with paint stripper."

John Worthington, 79, who has lived in the Glover Street area for ten years, came across the "pointless" atrocity as he went to pick up a copy of The Sun.

The pensioner fumed: "Nothing like this has happened before. It's shocking for that to happen to ordinary peoples cars."

Mum-of-two Maria Hill, 36, captured the vandal behind the attack but said she could not identify them.

She said: "It's done without any reason as far as we are aware."

The Sun Online has approached Greater Manchester Police for comment and made them aware of the CCTV.







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