Vandals Shoot Out Car Windows, Businesses In Long Beach BB Gun Spree

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The windows were shot out with a BB gun Monday night, according to a Long Beach Police Department statement. At least 21 incidents were reported, initially in the area of Long Beach Boulevard and Eighth Street, and then in the Naples area, it said, adding that the first shooting reports came in around 9:30 p.m.

Several cars had one or more windows shot out along the 4400 block of 15th Street, a news videographer reported from the scene.

The vandal or vandals were believed to be traveling in a blue or black Honda Civic with a spoiler and chrome tail pipes.

No injuries were reported.

From Christine O'Donnell:

Dozens of cars on the 4400 block of 15th street had their windows either shot out or damaged Monday night into Tuesday morning after police say someone with a BB gun went on a shooting spree.

For the second night in a row, Long beach police say someone has been vandalizing business and vehicles. Police started receiving reports of the vandalism around 9:30 last night near long beach Blvd and 8th street.

Within the hour they started receiving more calls from the Naples Neighborhood. A health clinic, salons, clothing stores and restaurants were hit.

Police say there were at least 21 reports of vandalism, but there could be more.

They're currently reviewing surveillance footage and interviewing witnesses. Police are looking for a 4 door, black or blue Honda Civic with a spoiler and Chrome tail pipes in connection with the vandalism.

If you have any information, or if you wake up to find your windows shot out police are asking you to call (562) 570-7260.

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