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Lamborghini was damaged when car dealership door was shattered

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

An Italian sports car was damaged over the weekend when a Jonesboro car dealership was the victim of criminal mischief.

Officer Gary Jackson was dispatched to Aloha Pools and Spas on Stadium around 7 a.m. Saturday because the glass front door of the business was shattered.

The suspect did not get inside the building though.

While on scene, Officer Jackson was told a nearby business also had their front door shattered.

Elite Auto's glass font door was almost completely shattered, with an “hour glass shape of glass” knocked out of the middle, according to the police report.

The suspect did not get inside the Elite Auto building either.

The store manager arrived on scene and showed Officer Jackson recent, “irate” text messages from a potential customer.

One message said that the cars could get “washed by a brick on a rainy night.”

When the door was broken, several pieces of glass fell on a 2011 Lamborghini that was parked near the front door.

The front passenger side of the car was scratched.

The manager said the estimated cost of those damages was between $3,000 and $4,000.

No suspects have been arrested in this case.

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