The owners of Flat Earth Pizzas have launched a fundraiser to raise £15,000 in damages.
A Met spokesman said police were called on March 8 to reports of criminal damage at Flat Earth Pizzas on Cambridge Heath Road.
They said: “A number of windows were reported to have been smashed overnight.
“Investigations are ongoing, including the collection of witness statements and CCTV.”
According to the police, there were no arrests.
In a social media post on Twitter, Sarah Brading, one of the two owners of the eatery, said: “Seven windows in our restaurant were smashed.
“This senseless attack will cost us.”
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The restaurant’s owners have launched a GoFundMe page, which has raised more than £5,000.
In the page’s description, Sarah said: “We’ve worked tirelessly day in and day out building a business from the ground up with the sole purpose of fighting a broken food system and making the world a little bit better.”
Sarah claims this is the third case of broken windows at the restaurant since it opened in April 2022.
She wrote: “We are now at our wits end… the emotional cost of this traumatic experience is beyond repair.”
To donate, visit gofundme.com/f/help-flat-earth-rise-again.