POLICE are reviewing CCTV in a bid to identify a group of juveniles smashing windows at homes across Kelso.
Police believe a group of four juveniles are responsible for the vandalism, and are appealing for anyone with information on their identity to contact Crime Stoppers or Bathurst police.
The attacks all occurred in the early hours of last Tuesday, when between 3am and 5am the group attacked a number of homes in Ryan Place, Jagoe Place, Illumba Way, View St and Perrier Place Kelso.
Having reviewed CCTV footage taken from the homes of a number of victims, police said there were at least four offenders involved, who are believed to be between the ages of 15 to 17.
Duty Officer with Chifley Police District, Inspector David Abercrombie confirmed police have received an increase in reports of malicious damage offences in Kelso, and said investigations were already underway trying to identify those responsible.
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He said police believe the same group is responsible for the vandalism adding police have received CCTV footage which depicts those responsible for the damage.
"Our inquiries are continuing to identify all persons involved," he said.
Inspector Abercrombie said in some of the CCTV, the offenders are captured walking around with a golf club smashing the front windows of homes.
He said police are continuing on a number of lines of investigation, and are hoping to charge those responsible, but appealed to anyone with any information on the incidents to contact police or Crime Stoppers.