The incidents, for the most part, are believed to have occurred between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. on Sept. 4.
A Grove View Court resident called police after discovering both her car and her grandfather's car had been damaged. According to the police report, a red landscaping brick was thrown against the side of the woman's vehicle and another red landscaping brick was thrown through the rear windshield of her grandfather's vehicle. There were no witnesses and no suspects. The case is listed as active.
As of the afternoon of Sept. 5, the only police report available was for the Grove View Court incident, however several other incidents were reported on the Hamilton Mill neighborhood message board.
A Mill Park Court resident indicated he heard a loud noise at approximately 2:30 a.m. on Sept. 4. When he went outside later that morning, he discovered his windshield had been smashed (see photo). According to the resident, the damage was caused by a large concrete block.
A Highland Heights Trail resident advised someone had thrown a potted plant through the window of his son's vehicle on Wednesday morning. The driver's side door and passenger door were also dented.
Both incidents were reported to police.
In addition to the vandalism, several neighbors advised items had been taken out of their yards during the same time period.
Thieves allegedly took five landscaping bricks from around the mailbox of one Bakers Mill Road home and four landscaping bricks from around the mailbox of another.
Another Bakers Mill resident discovered a "very heavy" concrete pineapple lawn ornament on the curb in front of her home Wednesday morning.
The posts did not indicate if any of the thefts were reported to police.
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