Vandals damage 26 cars in Azusa

AZUSA — More than 20 people awoke to find their cars vandalized in an Azusa neighborhood, police said.
The vandalisms took place between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. on several streets in the southeast portion of the city, Azusa police said in a written statement.
Azusa police Cpl. Andy Rodriguez said 26 vehicles had their side-view mirrors smashed with an unknown object.
He said he suspected the rampage was likely at least two vandals’ idea of fun.
“It’s probably a driver and a passenger, the passenger leaning out and hitting the side view-mirrors,” he said.
The damaged vehicles were centered around Fairview Avenue and Gaillard Street, Rodriguez said, with nearby roads such as Alford Street and Ranger Drive also affected.
“Any car on the street seemed to be fair game,” he added.
The incident caused an estimated $2,600 in damage in all, police said.
No witnesses had been found Sunday afternoon, and Rodriguez asked anyone with information to call the Azusa Police Department.

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