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Woman terrified after windscreen smashed in 'targeted' attack in Gravesend Road in Strood

11 March 2014
by Lizzie Massey

A terrified woman sped off with a smashed windscreen after her car was hit by a milk bottle and a man approached her shouting.

Police were called to Strood last night after a woman reported she was a victim of a "targeted plot".

A Kent Police spokeswoman confirmed that just before 8pm the woman was travelling down Gravesend Road when an object - thought to be a milk bottle - was thrown from a vehicle travelling in the opposite direction. 

Police on patrol. Library image

Police are warning against distraction thefts

It smashed her windscreen and the woman, driving a Fiat, was forced to pull over.

But as she did, a blacked-out car stopped behind her and a man got out and approached her car.

On a Facebook post shared multiple times, the woman - who has not been named - said: "A man then jumped out of his car and started to shout at me as if to get out.

"I then (somehow) locked my doors and sped off down the road."

Message posted and shared on Facebook

Message posted and shared on Facebook

It was reported the other vehicle then drove off in the opposite direction.

The woman described herself as being terrified and warned other woman to lock their car doors.

Police are investigating the report of criminal damage.

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