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Bricks and concrete thrown at vehicles and businesses in downtown Kitchener: WRPS

A Waterloo region police car on King Street West in August of 2022. (Daniel Caudle/CTV News Kitchener) A Waterloo region police car on King Street West in August of 2022. (Daniel Caudle/CTV News Kitchener)
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Waterloo regional police are investigating after they say bricks and concrete were thrown at businesses and vehicles in downtown Kitchener.

Officers were called to the area of King and Queen Streets around 7 a.m. on Saturday.

Police say several businesses and vehicles were damaged after an unknown suspect threw bricks and pieces of concrete.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Waterloo Regional Police Service.

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