Police are investigating the vandalism of five cars in South Philadelphia sometime late Tuesday or early Wednesday.
Philadelphia police are searching for those responsible who splashed paint and left a note with a racial slur on the campaign headquarters for a candidate for State Representative.
Police say more than two dozen cars were sprayed with acid by vandals in Northeast Philadelphia early Wednesday morning and Mayor Nutter, along with residents, is outraged over the crimes.
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.
Mayfair residents woke up to an all-too-familiar scene this morning: slashed tires. At least seven vehicles were vandalized overnight.
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.
Police are searching for the vandals who set several cars on fire in Delaware County early Thursday morning.
Philadelphia police say one of the teens, seen in an online video vandalizing cars, has turned himself in.
Philadelphia police are searching for several suspects who were caught on surveillance tape vandalizing and spray-painting on homes and cars.
Police are investigating the discovery of graffiti and human feces that was found near the “Occupy Philadelphia” protests.
Police say a fire was set intentionally and they are trying to determine where a suspicious package that was left outside the came from.
Philadelphia police arrested a 26-year-old man Friday afternoon after they say he vandalized two doors at City Hall.
Three men and one juvenile will be arrested and charged with causing extensive damage to a park in Bucks County earlier this year.
Newark police say four people, including two juveniles, have been arrested after an investigation into graffiti vandalism.