Vandals strike Bridesburg homes
BRIDESBURG - March 30, 2012 (WPVI) -- Vandals have struck again in Philadelphia - this time splattering blue paint on several houses in the city's Bridesburg section.
It happened late Thursday night in the 5300 block of Eadom Street. Police say the paint was splattered on the doors of the homes.
Unlike other recent attacks in northeastern neighborhoods of the city, this one did not involve any cars.
Whoever did it disappeared into the night and remains on the loose.
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