Spring Break Vandals Strike Again - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/16/05

Spring Break Vandals Strike Again

Spring Break vandalism continues to be a threat for anyone who owns a vehicle.

We first brought you the trend on Monday when several cars were broken into and their windows shot out with BB guns. Overnight, vandals struck the 3000 block of 44th Street. At least three cars on the street had windows shattered and the residents are outraged.

"I opened my door and saw snow on my seat. Looked at the window it was gone, then I looked across the street and my neighbors window was gone so I knew I'd gotten vandalized last night," said Dustin Brodski. Brodski didn't hear anything overnight, but did call police first thing Wednesday morning, and then the window repair shop, where a new windshield can cost anywhere from $50 to $600 to replace.

Police say they are monitoring the situation. They urge you to call Crime Line at 741-1000 if you see or hear anything suspicious going on in your neighborhood.

3/14/05
Vandals and Burglars Strike Over the Weekend
Vandals don't take a vacation. In fact, spring break is just the time of year some vandals use as an opportunity to create mischief.

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