Report after report of vandalism- mailboxes knocked over, car windows smashed.
If it happens to you the sheriff's office says they want to know.
There were several incidents of vandalism overnight in the Security area.
One man says he woke up to find the mirror on his truck shattered. Before he could call police, a deputy was already in the neighborhood investigating other reports of vandalism.
Neighbors we talked to say while it's not a huge cost, it's just something else they need to spend money one before the holidays.
There are no descriptions available of the vandals, but if you have any information call Crime Stoppers at 634-STOP.
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