Several cars with shot-out windows in a Colorado Springs neighborhood leaves residents on edge. The vandalism happened while many residents were inside their homes watching the Super Bowl.
Patricia Johnson is picking up the pieces. "Glass is crumbling in and out of the car." Her son's gray Buick was among the 14 cars struck in this Cimarron Hills neighborhood. "It happened on Pima Drive, Pawnee Circle and Cree Drive," Lt. Clif Northam with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office said. "We believe it's a B.B. gun. The people were in a car driving through the neighborhood shooting cars."
One neighbor got hit twice. His driver side windows on his mini-van were completely shot-out. "Two windows will cost $400-500," Terry Gustafson said. "It's a little scary. I’ve got 2 kids and it makes you wonder how safe your neighborhood is anymore."
Deputies say they don't have any suspects yet. They're asking the public for any information. If you know the people who did this, call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 634-STOP. Remember, your tip could earn you a cash reward.
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