Police in an Indiana town are on the hunt for whoever vandalized several patrol vehicles and a home belonging to local law enforcement officers.
Using a market, the vandal wrote “F**K WPD* on Whitestown Police vehicles, as well as slashing tires on police vehicles from four law enforcement agencies and vandalizing the home of an officer with vulgarities.
“This is somebody that is attacking the central core of our community,” said Whitestown Police Chief Dennis Anderson. “This is not something we will allow to happen in this community.”
Anderson is now asking anyone who has security cameras in the affected neighborhoods to notify police, as well as making a clear statement to the vandal.
“This is something we will not tolerate regardless of who you are. We will find you and prosecute you to the full extent of the law,” said Anderson.
According to Fox59, Whitestown Town Manage Dax Norton released a statement saying the vandalism would not be tolerated.
“We are very disturbed and angry about this situation,” Norton said. “Our residents are very, very respectful and supportive of all public safety agencies, including the Whitestown Police Department, and I’m sure I speak for them when I say that this will not be tolerated in Whitestown. And let me make very clear that we are working very, very hard to find however did this and insure that they are punished for doing so.”
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