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Police: Vandals Break Windows In SoBo, Halifax

Rock throwing vandals struck several residences in the towns of South Boston and Halifax over the weekend, according to police in the two towns.

South Boston Lt. D. W. Barker said five residences in South Boston were attacked in the early hours of Sunday morning. The first incident was reported at 2:40 a.m. at an apartment building on Crescent Drive, Barker said.

Other homes hit were on South Central Drive, Norwood Avenue and Waddell Lane, the lieutenant said. All had front windows or glass doors broken by rocks thrown at them, Barker said.

Officers F. N. Daniel, J. M. Utt, R. L. Lawson and J. C. Berry responded to the vandalism calls in South Boston.

Anyone with information about these crimes is asked to contact the South Boston Police Department at 434-575-7273.

In Halifax, Officers S, M. Comer and W. G. Yancey investigated four instances of vandalism Sunday morning on Brook Run Road in the Treybrook community,
according to Halifax Police Lt. D. D. Irby.

The owner of the residence at 1040 Brook Run reported a broken front door glass, with a repair value of $400, Irby said.

The residence at 1083 Brook Run sustained a broken front storm door glass, a broken window in the front wooden door, and damage to a wooden table, lamp and home accent bowl, the lieutenant said. Total damage at the house is valued at approximately $300.

The owner of the house at 1105 Brook Run reported a broken front windowpane and damage to blinds in the amount of $400, Irby said.

Damage reported at 1131 Brook Run included a torn window screen and a broken double-paned glass window.  Damage at this residence is estimated at $250, Irby said.

All four residences sustained damage between 5 and 5:30 Sunday morning, the lieutenant said. 

Anyone with information regarding these crimes is asked to contact the Halifax Police Department at 434-476-2526 or the Halifax County Crime Line at 434-476-8445. 

If a tip results in an arrest and conviction, the caller could be eligible to receive a cash reward.