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JPD investigating weekend vehicle vandalism

(Source: KAIT) (Source: KAIT)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

Jonesboro police are investigating two cases of vehicle vandalism at separate medical supply companies.

Sometime over the weekend, someone broke out the windows of every vehicle parked in the back lot at Southern Home Health Care, 2925 S. Caraway.

An employee discovered the damage while dropping off another vehicle, the incident report said.

While there was no apparent surveillance video of the crime, the responding officer reported finding several items near the vehicles that did not belong on the property.

Meanwhile, someone used a brick to damage three company cars at Prestige Medical Supply, 2224 Conrad.

It’s believed the culprit threw the brick at the windshield of one of the cars. It then shattered and struck the second car on the driver’s side door and fender. Another piece of the brick struck the third car’s hood.

According to the report, there are no suspects; however, the officer noted there were “other incidents that occurred in the immediate area,” including a break-in at several nearby businesses.

In an unrelated case, police also investigated the theft of a pickup truck hood parked at Central Baptist Church, 3707 Harrisburg Rd.

According to the incident report, it appeared someone removed the back driver’s seat glass from the 1997 GMC Sierra then crawled through the vehicle, popped the hood and removed it.

Employees of CBC said they have multiple cameras on the property that may have caught the incident. 

If you have any information on these cases, you're asked to call CrimeStoppers at 935-STOP (7867).

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