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Shocking moment balaclava-clad thugs armed with weapons smash up a car and house in brazen attack on yet another day in Wild West Britain


  • Two masked men smash up a house and car in Rotherham, in South Yorks
  • South Yorks police are looking for the men in tracksuits with metal bars

This is the shocking moment a pair of balaclava-clad thugs armed with weapons smash up a car and house in a brazen attack.

CCTV footage shows two masked men wearing tracksuits arriving at the house on a quad bike at Herringthorpe, Rotherham, in South Yorkshire.

One man marches up to the property and swings at it off-camera with a metal bar.

Loud crashing sounds can be heard on the CCTV footage, which was released by South Yorks police.

The second man casually walks to the car parked on the road outside the house and smashes it with his bar before both men stroll back to their bike and drive off.

A pair of balaclava-clad thugs armed with metal bars smash up a car and house in an attack

A pair of balaclava-clad thugs armed with metal bars smash up a car and house in an attack

CCTV shows the men arriving at the house on a quad bike at Herringthorpe, Rotherham

CCTV shows the men arriving at the house on a quad bike at Herringthorpe, Rotherham

One man casually walks to the car parked on the road outside the house and swings the bar

One man casually walks to the car parked on the road outside the house and swings the bar

The police are asking the public for help finding the men on the footage.

South Yorkshire Police said it is investigating the incident, which happened on Saturday, September 30 at 1:30pm in Goldsmith Road.

A spokesperson said: ‘We have released CCTV footage of a violent attack on a vehicle and property in Rotherham as our enquiries into criminal damage continue.

‘On Saturday, September 30, at 1:30pm it is reported that two men riding a quad bike stopped at a property on Goldsmith Road in Herringthorpe, Rotherham and caused criminal damage to the property and a vehicle parked on the street with baseball bats.

‘We are keen to hear from anyone who has information that can assist officers to progress their enquiries.

‘If you believe you can help, get in touch online, via live chat or by calling 101’.



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