Brazen vandal repeatedly damages Anacortes police cars

ANACORTES — Police in Anacortes are digging into their own pockets and putting up a $250 reward to help catch the vandal who has been attacking police cars in the parking lot at headquarters.

Police told KOMO the brazen vandal has struck three times, scratching cars and slashing tires, causing about $6,000 in damage.

After one incident a police dog followed a scent to bicycle tracks in wet grass, but the trail went cold. Police say surveillance video also hasn’t identified a suspect.

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