Police cordon off section of Prince Edward Road as they investigate incident at South Shields property

Police have cordoned off part of a busy South Shields road as officers investigate an incident at a property.

Monday, 15th March 2021, 12:53 pm

Northumbria Police were called to a property in Prince Edward Road at 11.45am on Sunday, March 14, after a report that the windows had been damaged.

Officers are now carrying out enquiries to find out who is responsible and to establish the circumstances.

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Northumbria Police officers are carrying out enquiries to establish the circumstances around the incident.

A cordon was in place on a section of the road which connects to Gorse Avenue on Monday March 15. Police could be seen standing outside a house which had a window boarded up.

A Northumbria Police spokesman said: “At 11.45am on Sunday we received a report that windows had been damaged at a property on Prince Edward Road in South Shields.

"Officers attended the scene and are carrying out enquiries to establish the circumstances around the incident, and who is responsible for the damage.

"Anyone who has information that could assist our officers is asked to contact 101 quoting log 387 14/03/21.”

Police at the scene of the incident on Prince Edward Road, South Shields.

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A police cordon has been put in place on the section of Prince Edward Road in South Shields.
A police officer standing outside of a house on Gorse Avenue and Prince Edward Road, South Shields.