Published: 15:03, 20 April 2019
| Updated: 11:14, 21 April 2019
A man was arrested after a whirlwind of damage was caused in a street.
Several shop windows were smashed and objects were thrown at passing cars and pedestrians.
Damage was also caused inside a number of shops at Station Road, Birchington.
Kent Police said that they attended at 8.30am today and arrested a 32-year-old man on suspicion of criminal damage, theft and affray.
A spokesman said this afternoon: "The man is alleged to have smashed several shop windows in the area and thrown objects at passing cars and pedestrians.
"He is also reported to have caused damage inside a number of shops.
"He remains in custody while enquiries continue."
The Co-operative confirmed that its foodstore was one of the businesses targeted.
A spokesman said: “Police were called due to anti-social behaviour when an intruder entered the store at around 8:30am. We would like to thank the police for the speed of their response.
" The store re-opened to serve the community at around midday."