A young family whose new year was ruined by yobs who smashed their car's rear window will get no justice after police recently closed the case.

Megan Woodhouse, who discovered the mindless vandalism on New Year’s Day, said that she is “very annoyed” that someone has got away with the crime. 

The 26-year-old mum of two, who lives in Penn Grove with her fiancé Luke Roper, says that a glass bottle was thrown through the back window of the family’s Ford Focus. 

Norwich Evening News: The family claim a glass bottle was thrown through the rear window of their Ford FocusThe family claim a glass bottle was thrown through the rear window of their Ford Focus (Image: Megan Woodhouse)

Despite the police's best efforts to find those responsible, the disappointing end to the case has left the family frustrated and out of pocket.

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Megan, 26, said: "No one was found unfortunately so the case had to be closed.

"In the end we had to spend £80 on a new window for the car which set us back as Christmas was an expensive time for us."

Norwich Evening News: The family says it's had to pay £80 to get the window fixedThe family says it's had to pay £80 to get the window fixed (Image: Megan Woodhouse)

She added: "Whether it was done on purpose to target us, or even if it was an accident, someone should have been held responsible for it and have had to pay for the damage they did."

In spite of the police's appeal for CCTV to help with the investigation no one came forward and all lines of enquiry have been exhausted.

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A police spokeswoman said: "All lines of enquiry have been exhausted and the case has been closed.

Norwich Evening News: The family's car rear window was smashed between December 31 and January 1The family's car rear window was smashed between December 31 and January 1 (Image: Megan Woodhouse)

"Of course, we would always review any new information provided to us.

"People can contact us on our website or telephoning 101.

“Alternatively they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or via their online form."

Norwich Evening News: Police confirmed it would always review any new information Police confirmed it would always review any new information (Image: PA Media)