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Vandals working overtime in company parking lot

Date Posted: 2005-11-11

One or more vandals wielding a sharp instrument poked holes in dozens of car tires in Urasoe City over the weekend.

Police say tires on more than 80 cars parked in an NTT dormitory parking lot in Urasoe City were damaged in the overnight attacks. Angry dorm residents going to their cars early in the morning found one or more tires flat on each of the cars. “Help us,” they told police. “There are many cars with flat tires here.” One worker said it appeared an ice pick was used to flatten the tires. “It’s so sharp and the holes are so small,” he said. One car had all four tires deflated, while others only had one or two tires poked. As police investigated, it turned out a long knife was also used to slash tires in the vandalism incidents.

None of the NTT dormitory residents have any idea who could have damaged their cars. Damage was limited to tires. Police say only cars belonging to NTT employees were affected, and that they’re actively searching for the culprit.

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