Vandal, 18, is given curfew

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A TEENAGER who damaged three cars in the same street has been told to stay in at night.

Lucas Cragg pleaded guilty to causing damage to a Volkswagen Lupo, a Ford Fiesta and a Renault Laguna which were all parked in Monmouth Road, North End, Portsmouth.

Cragg, of Hatherley Road, Paulsgrove, Portsmouth, was told to pay £200 compensation by Portsmouth magistrates.

The 18-year-old was given a curfew stating that he must not leave his home between 7pm and 7am for three months.