Multiple vehicles vandalized on west side

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INDIANAPOLIS — Police responded to a near west side neighborhood around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday following multiple vandalism reports.

According to police reports, officers talked with residents living in the first block of South Warman Avenue.

Residents told police sometime Tuesday night vandals struck their neighborhood, slashing the passenger side tires in at least 11 vehicles.

“Nobody saw anything,” said victim Rafael Gonzalez. “My next door neighbor, he is the one who called police when he noticed his.”

Police conducted a quick search of the area but turned up no leads.

“My wife couldn’t go to work today,” said Gonzalez. “I can’t go to work either.  It’s very difficult for us today.”

Anyone with information about the vandalism should call CrimeStoppers at 317-262-TIPS.


  • Ang

    We have had several cars in our neighborhood vandalized also, and items stolen from the vehicles. Dont these people have anything better to do??? Like WORK! SMH

  • Give me LIBERTY

    Hmm if the taxpayers can't get to work….stupid criminals, we pay for your welfare and food stamps and unemployment "benefits". I don't know about everyone reading this but we (hard working,law abiding, middle class, blue collar America) have had enough! I have lost faith in people, our police, and our government. Our debt to china increased to $20,000,000,000,000!!!!!!!!! 20 trillion.


      AGREED!! It makes me sad. I kind of want to jump ship and move to another country. There has got to be a better government running things elsewhere.

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