City police warn of tire slashing vandalsJuly 02,2013Police warn of
Rutland City Police are warning residents to keep a close eye on their vehicles after close to a dozen tires were slashed in the city’s southwest neighborhood Sunday night.
Police Sgt. Matthew Prouty said Monday that starting at about 9 p.m. Sunday and continuing into Monday, police received complaints from residents on Forest Street and Porter Place.
In the majority of cases, the vandalized vehicles were parked on the curb but a handful were parked in their owners’ driveways.
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