Norfolk, Va. – Officers are reaching out to residents in Norfolk after ten incidents of vandalism were reported during the overnight hours on Friday.
They say victims told them they saw flat tires on their vehicles but then they realized they had been slashed.
There were reports in the 300 block of Fairfax Avenue, Warren Crescent, and Memorial Place near the Chrysler Museum.
Detectives have been canvassing the area to make sure all incidents have been reported.
If you have had an issue with vandalism in your neighborhood, call 757-441-5610.
If you have any information about these incidents, please call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.