A Lincolnshire estate agent was damaged on Tuesday after a car was driven through the front window.
According to Lincolnshire Live, the collision occurred at 8.47pm, and police were called to Mundys at around 10pm on Tuesday (3 December).
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue and East Midlands Ambulance Service were also called to the incident.
A Lincolnshire Police spokesperson said: “Incident 412 of December 3rd refers to a report of a collision involving a Toyota Yaris which was in collision with a shop front.”
Elizabeth Scatliffe, who passed the incident, told Lincolnshire Live: “As we drove towards Mundys, we saw the flashing lights of the police cars and the glass fitting company.
“However we could not see the car until we passed the police cars. Men were cleaning up the glass around the car and we asked what had happened. One of the men shook his head and said ‘don’t ask’, so I’m not sure how it happened.”