POLICE are appealing for information after a block of flats was damaged in Chepstow on New Year’s Day.

A window, a door, and a letterbox were all damaged in the incident at Bridge Court on Bulwark Road, which is thought to have happened at around 4am on Wednesday, January 1.

The owner of the building, Marie Smith, said she was called to the property early on New Year’s Day morning after tenants complained of a loud exchange happening outside.

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“It’s strange for something like this to happen in Bulwark,” she said. “We built the premises 10 years ago and we’ve never had trouble like this. We’re talking to the CCTV company to try and see if we can track down whoever has done this.”

Ms Smith hasn’t had the best of luck recently, with a car accidentally reversing into the same window a few months ago.

A spokesman for Gwent Police said: “We received a report of criminal damage at an address in Bulwark Road, Chepstow on Wednesday, January 1, after a window was smashed. The incident is believed to have taken place at around 4am and no injuries were reported.”

Anyone with information can report it by calling 101, or by direct messaging Gwent Police on Facebook or Twitter, quoting log reference 2000000838.