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Police investigate vandalism spree

Windows in twelve vehicles and two businesses in Grand Forks were shot out over the weekend, according to Sgt. Greg LaHaise, Grand Forks Police Department.

Windows in twelve vehicles and two businesses in Grand Forks were shot out over the weekend, according to Sgt. Greg LaHaise, Grand Forks Police Department.

The vandalism seemed to be concentrated in the northern part of the city and most likely was done with a BB gun or pellet gun, he said. The Police Department has no suspects yet and LaHaise said it is more difficult to solve these cases without a witness, which they did not have as of Monday night.

"It's kind of hard to find them," he said. "We just keep the case open and look for leads."

If you have any information that could help, call police at (701) 787-8000 or Crimestoppers at (701) 746-1000.

- Lisa Gibson

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