DRACUT — Dracut Police are hoping residents of the Collinsville neighborhood can help them identify suspects in a spree of vandalism that left over a dozen cars damaged in the area of Bouchard Avenue overnight between Thursday and Friday.
Acting Police Chief Stephen Chaput said 13 victims reported damage to vehicles on Bouchard Avenue, Passaconaway Drive, Lakeshore Drive, C Street and Varnum Road overnight.
Most of the damage was from slashed tires, he said.
“It was completely random,” Chaput said. “It wasn’t targeted vandalism.”
Chaput said police were sent out to canvas the neighborhood Friday to see if any residents saw anything suspicious, and that police are also boosting patrols in the area in response.
Police are also hoping that perhaps someone’s 凯发真人试玩首页home security system may have caught footage of suspects.
“We’re looking for any residents in the Collinsville area who may have seen anything suspicious or who have outdoor cameras to check their video and let Dracut Police know if they saw anything suspicious overnight,” Chaput said.
Anyone with information is asked to call Dracut Police at 978-957-2123.