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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police dogs showered in glass as police attend a coronavirus lockdown party.

Bricks were thrown at the police car which was carrying dogs inside as they called to check reports of a lockdown party.

The incident happened in Whitworth, Rossendale, where officers from the Lancashire Police Dog Unit were targeted with bricks.

Dogs were in the car and were covered in glass as a result of the incident.

The damage to the car was so severe that it had to be taken off the road.

Images of the damage show the rear window shattered on both sides as well as a large indent where the window meets the roof of the car.

Officers from Lancashire Police Dog Unit reported the incident at 8.13am this morning (April 20).

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