El Paso Police Looking For Vandals Who Broke Out Windows At Eastside Convenience Stores
Some people didn't learn in kindergarten that you should keep your hands to yourself, especially a group of vandals who thought it would be just highlarious to bust out the windows in people's cars.
Three East El Paso convenience stores were hit by vandals who broke out the windows of vehicles in their parking lots. El Paso police are on the lookout for one of the alleged vandals, a woman whose face was captured in a clear surveillance video picture. Police say the vandalism happened around midnight on June 5th at the 7-Eleven at 2955 George Dieter at Pebble Hills Boulevard, then minutes later at the Circle K at 1798 George Dieter at Trawood Drive, and then at the 7-Eleven at 2050 Trawood. The screen shot of a woman wearing a grey long sleeved shirt with the word "Faith" on it, black spandex long shorts, and purple tennis shoes has been released to the public. The woman's hair is pulled tightly back in a bun, and she is wearing glasses. Police say the unidentified woman was seen getting into a maroon SUV and then driving away from the scenes. If you know who is responsible for these acts of vandalism, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers of El Paso at 566-TIPS. Your tips could result in a cash reward.