Police are once again investigating numerous tire slashings in the city’s Mayfair section Monday.
The crime remained the same, but this time the neighborhood has changed. Residents in the city’s Overbrook section woke up Thursday morning to find either their car tires slashed or a corrosive substance splashed onto their cars.
Police in the Northeast are investigating more tire slashings. The latest incident happened on the 1200 block of McKinley Street in Oxford Circle. Authorities say nine vehicles were vandalized overnight.
There’s been another round of tire slashings this week in the city’s Mayfair neighborhood. This time police have the suspect on video.
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Yet another act of vandalism has been reported in Mayfair. This time, one tire of a single vehicle was slashed.
A $2,500 reward is being offered for information leading up to the arrest of the person(s) involved in the recent tire slashings in Tacony, a neighborhood close to Mayfair which has been targeted by vandals in recent months.
The vandalism spree in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia continues to frustrate residents.
Police are searching for a suspect who robbed a bank in Northeast Philadelphia Monday afternoon.
Rising gas prices are a pain for everyone, but you could be getting hit in more ways than you think. Pain at the pump is hurting local businesses in south Jersey, which could mean you’ll be paying more for the goods you need.
Councilman Henon is now asking people in his district to report nuisance properties and absentee landlords. His website has a map of properties of homes that have multiple license and inspection violations.
Vandals have now struck four times across Mayfair so far this month. First it was graffiti, most recently slashed tires. Investigators don’t believe the vandals behind the graffiti are the same ones responsible for slashed tires.
One person was taken to the hospital after a car lost control and came to a rest on the steps of a home in Northeast Philadelphia early Tuesday morning.
“Leave us alone, please, please,” said Yvonne Toledo of Mayfair.
For 400 kids who play basketball and indoor soccer with the Holy Terrors Youth Organization in Mayfair, their seasons have come to an abrupt end.