Vandals break windows at three Hagerstown businesses
The Hagerstown Police Department reported that vandals broke windows at three businesses over the course of the last several days.
Police Chief Arthur Smith said officers have no leads because there were no witnesses.
Smith said the most costly incident was reported at Eddie’s Upholstery at 779 S. Potomac St., where a vandal or vandals caused an estimated $750 worth of damage.
“It just looks like someone picked up a rock and threw it at his window,” Smith said.
Smith said Jamison Door Co. at 55 J.V. Jamison Drive reported that pieces of brick were thrown through a window there, causing about $250 in damages.
The third incident involved damage to windows on two backhoes that were parked at Columbia Gas at 55 Sycamore St., police said.
Woman reports ring stolen from her Hagerstown home
A Hagerstown woman told city police that a ring had been stolen from her house.
Hagerstown Police Chief Arthur Smith said the woman reported that the incident happened in her home in the 100 block of Ray St. sometime before Oct. 2.
The woman waited to report the crime until Monday to make sure she didn’t misplace the ring, police said.
— Dan Dearth