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IPD still investigation November 19th vandalism string

IPD still investigation November 19th vandalism string

Ithaca Police continue to investigate a string of vandalism crimes that happened overnight on November 19th on Ithaca’s South Side.

Police 27 received separate complaints of vandalism possibly caused by a BB-gun which was used to shoot out glass windows of some vehicles and houses.

Public Information Officer Jamie Williamson says they’ve received a few calls in regards to the incidents, but not much has come from them.

A $1,000 cash reward is still in place if information given leads to arrest and prosecution of those responsible.

Police ask those that can help in the investigation to call 272-3245.

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