Foxed by loss of brake fluid

Residents in West Wickham in Kent were flummoxed by a series of mysterious brake fluid losses in eight different resident’s cars

Police couldn’t find any evidence that pointed to the criminal committing the crime until a biological scientist was brought in and immediately identified the perpetrator as a fox. If the brake line had been cut with a knife it would have been a clean cut. All the pipes had teeth marks around them indicating an animal. Apparently the foxes have developed a taste for the brake fluid (which is harmful to humans). It is unclear yet if it is one fox or a pack of them but Police are advising residents to check their brakes before setting off on a journey

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