Published: 09:00, 31 March 2014 |
Updated: 09:54, 31 March 2014
A man became aggressive and smashed up a gaming machine - causing damage worth £15,000.
The man went into a bookmakers in King Street, Gravesend to use a gaming machine.
When the machine developed a fault he reported it to staff, but became aggressive after they looked into it.
He smashed up one of the gaming machines, causing £15,000 of damage.
Now police have released this picture of the suspect.
He is described as dark European, in his early forties, around 5’7 tall and with short dark hair. He was of medium build and was wearing a brown jacket, black top and spoke with a foreign accent.
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