By Jennifer Brice

DENVER (CBS4)– Police officers are looking for an SUV related to more than two dozen shattered vehicle windows in the Southwest area of Denver along with other vehicles across the Denver metro area. Police say approximately 30 vehicles were damaged by a BB or pellet gun overnight Tuesday into Wednesday.

Stephanie Gallegos lives in the 800 block of Knox Court, one of the areas hit. She says neighbors woke to car after car with shattered windows.

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“These people, nowadays, they don’t have no respect for anyone else’s property,” she says.

Richard Trailer has been cleaning up the mess outside his home in the 2700 block of Ellsworth Avenue.

“I had one (car) busted out in the alley too, two cars total damaged,” said Trailer.


Denver Police say 30 cars were hit in this overnight crime spree. They’re now looking for suspect car: a silver or gold, 1990’s model, Chevy blazer related to the crimes.

Crymsun Sebastiani says she was angry after discovering the shattered window to her sedan. It will cost her about $200 dollar out of pocket to fix damage.

“I was angry but after a while you just deal with the consequences, that’s all you can do,” said Sebastiani.

Trailer wants to know why the vandals decided to do such a senseless thing to so many innocent people, he wonders if it must been kids up to no good.

“What they heck were they thinking? Would they like someone to do that to their parents car,” said Trailer.

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The Denver Police Department is asking for the community’s help in locating the suspect or suspects involved in these crimes. Anyone with information is asked to call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720.913.STOP (7867).

Jennifer Brice is a reporter with CBS4 focusing on crime and courts. Follow her on Facebook or on Twitter @CBS4Jenn.


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