Man wanted in connection with baseball bat attack in Plungington

Posted on - 15th June, 2021 - 2:32pm | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Lancashire Police, Plungington, Preston City Centre, Preston News
Kingsley Cairns, 22. Pic: Preston police
Kingsley Cairns, 22. Pic: Preston police

Police are appealing for information about Kingsley Cairns, 22, from Preston.


They want to trace him in connection with an incident on Cambridge Street, Plungington, in the early hours of Sunday 13 June where a woman’s car and living room window were smashed with a baseball bat.

Cairns has connections to various areas of Preston including Lea, Ashton, Plungington and the City Centre, as well as South Ribble and Penwortham.

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He is described as being around 5ft 8ins, with brown eyes and short brown hair.

Police are advising the public not to approach him, but to contact the police straightaway with a description of his clothing and location.

For immediate sightings of Kingsley Cairns call 999.

For general information about his whereabouts, you can ring 101 quoting log reference 1788 of June 12th or email

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