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Estate agents, Thomas and Partners suffer from a bout of vandalism to their branded vehicles

12 February 2014
by Victoria Chessum

Vehicles belonging to Thomas & Partners estate agents have suffered a spate of vandalism.

The estate agents, with an office in Victoria Road, Deal, are due to open a new branch in Dover’s Castle Street.

Thomas & Partners' Jaguar with a smashed windscreen on the Strand in Walmer.

Thomas & Partners' Jaguar with a smashed windscreen on the Strand in Walmer.

People took to Facebook when Dover resident Aaron Elder, a former pupil at Archers Court, posed a question on the Dover for Dovorians page.

He said: “Anyone else notice the new estate agents in town, Thomas and Partners?

“Have you also noticed they have a lot of advertising on cars around Dover and Deal?”

He said several vehicles had had tyres slashed and/or windows smashed.

Over the space of three days, more than 50 comments streamed in, many of them saying they had seen incidents of vandalism to Thomas & Partners’ cars.

The Mercury has seen and photographed one car, pictured here, with a smashed windscreen. The car was parked on The Strand, Walmer.

A spokesman at Thomas & Partners would not confirm that company vehicles had been vandalised, and police told the Mercury there had been no reports of vandalism.

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