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Reward offered in vehicle vandalism cases

A $250 reward is being offered by Fargo police for help leading to arrests of suspects linked to a series of vehicle vandalisms. Police believe one to four teen-age males may be responsible for 21 vandalized vehicles between April 4 and today. Th...

A $250 reward is being offered by Fargo police for help leading to arrests of suspects linked to a series of vehicle vandalisms.

Police believe one to four teen-age males may be responsible for 21 vandalized vehicles between April 4 and today.

The males may be driving a late-model red Chevrolet Monte Carlo or similar vehicle, police said in a press release issued today.

Witnesses told police the suspects have struck vehicles with an object, damaging windows and mirrors. The reports have come from all parts of the city and during various times of the day and night, police said.

Anyone with information on these crimes can call the Fargo Police Department at (701) 241-5505 or leave a recorded message, along with name and phone number, on the police tip line at (701) 241-5777.

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