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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia Police are investigating after dozens of vehicles were vandalized on Temple University’s campus overnight.

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The vandalism happened at 10th Street and Montgomery Avenue sometime Thursday night into Friday morning.

Eyewitness News counted dozens of vehicles with smashed windows.

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Temple University says the number of cars vandalized is north of 40, including Marie Ray-Redzha’s food truck.

She learned someone had broken into her business and flipped everything inside around 5:30 a.m.

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“Devastated. Whoever it is they just don’t have anything else to do.” said Ray-Redzha.

Temple University says it’s now working with Philadelphia Police and going through surveillance video.

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In the meantime, students are assessing what the suspect or suspects left behind and balancing a costly repair job.

“Glad nothing was gone, but it’s hard but not while you’re in college and stuff, it’s already expensive enough,” said Jelani Hasan.

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Stay with for this developing story.