VIDEO: Rampaging vandal turn themselves into police

SEVERAL Maclean business owners awoke to a nasty surprise this morning when they discovered their shopfront windows smashed.

River St businesses Birdscage, Eklektica, the Clarence Canegrowers Association and Endessa's Beauty Spot all sustained damage from large bricks thrown through their window late last night.

Endessa's Beauty Spot owner Endessa Schrader said she was "extremely unhappy" about the damage caused to her shop front, which extended to a number of handbags which had been on display in the window.

""It probably cut a few of the bags too, but it just made a big mess," she said. 

She said she was one of the first to learn of the damage, after an employee arrived about 7am.

It is also the second time the shop has been broken into in recent months.

It is understood the offender has handed themselves into police.



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