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Campbellsville Police seek information to end property damage

Campbellsville Police seek help stopping rash of property damage incidents. Much of damage in rash of vandalism to businesses and vehicles is believed to have been committed by some one or more perpetrators firing air powered pellets from a moving vehicle. Citizens' help is requested

From the Campbellsville Police Department

The Campbellsville Police Department today, Wednesday, January 4, 2012, is seeking the assistance of our citizens to solve a rash of property damage incidents which have been occurring since, December 20, 2011. Several businesses and vehicles have experienced damage to windows from what is believed to be an "air powered pellet gun" according to investigators.

Many of these incidents have been reported in the South Campbellsville area. We feel the person(s) responsible is shooting some type of air powered BB or pellet gun from a vehicle then the perpetrator(s) flee the scene. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Campbellsville Police at 270-465-4122 or call the Campbellsville Police Departments anonymous tip line at 270-469-7743. -The CAMPBELLSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT.

This story was posted on 2012-01-04 14:08:10
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