Vandals strike vehicles at Shrewsbury, Mass. elderly housing complex

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April 9, 2013, 5:43 am
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(NECN: Justin Michaels, Shrewsbury, Mass.) – Police are on the hunt for the vandals who targeted a housing complex for elderly people in Shrewsbury, Mass.
   
The suspects hit vehicles in a parking lot at the Shrewsbury Tower.
    
At least 15 cars have their tires slashed, with some cars having multiple tires slashed.

The Shrewsbury Fire Department has confirmed one car was set on fire.

Shrewsbury Housing Authority Dennis Osborn says there has never been an incident like this, and that there are security cameras, but they are inside the building.

“People who live on social security shouldn’t really have to worry about their car being vandalized here in the parking lot,” said one resident.

Justin Michaels has more.

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