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Gillingham woman Janet Keep, 51, charged after 26 cars damaged in one night

One of the cars said to have been damaged in Canterbury Street, Gillingham.

One of the cars damaged by what is thought to be a hammer

A Gillingham woman has been charged after dozens of vehicles were damaged in the town.

Janet Keep, of Burnt Oak Terrace, Gillingham, is accused of criminal damage and possessing an offensive weapon.

The 51-year-old has been bailed to appear at Medway Magistrates' Court on Moday, April 15.

Police were called to Canterbury Street in the early hours of Sunday after it was reported a woman was hitting vehicles parked on the road with what is believed to have been a hammer.

A total of 26 vehicles are thought to have been damaged.

Kent Police are urging motorists yet to report criminal damage to their vehicle to phone 101.

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