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Slabs sent flying.

TWO concrete slabs were lobbed into a garden in Kenilworth yesterday.

The 6ft by 4ft slabs were thrown over a hedge in Cherry Way, Kenilworth, at about 8.30am.

They had been taken from a house further down the road.

A police spokesman said: "No-one was injured but the boulders would have caused serious injury if they had hit someone."

The road backs onto sloping ground above Spring Lane.

Police officers have been in touch with Kenilworth School in a bid to contact pupils who were walking nearby at the time, on their way to school.
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Date:Jul 14, 2004
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