Police have appealed for witnesses after teenage vandals allegedly went on the 'rampage' at garage in Falmouth.

The co-owner of Boslowick Garages, Jackie Chaney-Spiers told the Packet of her horror after teenage vandals "rampaged" through the forecourt of the premises in Boslowick Road on December 30.

She said they wrecked equipment, ran over sale cars and even tried to spill petrol from hoses whilst smoking.

She told the Packet at the time: "They were taking the hoses out of the pumps and trying to get petrol out of the pumps onto the floor. You get residue in the hoses, but they were smoking. Anything they could get their hands on they were trying to destroy." Adding: "They were just on the rampage."


Playing with fire - teen vandals try to empty petrol station pumps whilst smoking

Jackie has handed over CCTV images to the police who are now investigating the incident.

A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Police are investigating reports of criminal damage at a commercial premises on Boslowick Road, Falmouth.

It was reported that around 8.30pm on Thursday, December 30, a group of teenagers had been seen causing damage to the premises.

Police enquiries remain ongoing in relation to this matter.

Anyone who witnessed the incident and anyone with information which may assist the investigation is asked to contact police on 101 quoting CR/113629/21.