De­nies­dam­ag­ing ‘high-value’cars

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A Perth man main­tained his not guilty plea to six charges of van­dal­is­ing high-value cars parked at a lo­cal med­i­cal cen­tre near his home.

The in­ci­dents are al­leged to have taken place be­tween May 15 and Oc­to­ber 13 last year and are said to have in­volved a BMW 4 Se­ries model, a Land Rover, a Volvo, an­other BMW and two Audis.

Forty-six-year-old Richard Bekier, of St Cather­ine’s Road, will re­turn to Perth Sher­iff Court for trial on April 30.

An ear­lier hear­ing was fixed for April 26.

He is ac­cused of us­ing an un­known im­ple­ment to score the body­work or dam­age the paint­work of the first five ve­hi­cles which were parked at the Perth City Med­i­cal Cen­tre, Cale­do­nian Road, Perth, be­tween May 15 and Oc­to­ber 28.

The fi­nal charge al­legedly hap­pened at the Cale­do­nian Med­i­cal Prac­tice, Kin­noull Cause­way, on Oc­to­ber 13, when it is claimed he scratched the front, quar­ter-panel of one of the Audis.

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