Berks County police investigate vandalism spree
AMITY TWP., Pa. - July 17, 2013 (WPVI) -- Police in Berks County have increased patrols in response to a vandalism spree.
Police say mailboxes, trash cans and bottle rockets have been set on fire in Amity Township.
Police are also investigating reports of racist and derogatory symbols spray painted on cars and houses.
They believe the vandalism spree has been going on for more than a month.
There have been no reports of violent incidents so far.
The incidents remain under investigation.
vandalism, pennsylvania news, local/state
- AccuWeather is Tracking More Snow
- Get the 6abc StormTracker app
- WATCH: Action News Online
- 2013 Troop Greetings
- Princeton begins meningitis B vaccinations 42 min ago
- Transformer fire sparks SEPTA delays
- Video: Downed power line in Lower Merion
- Video: Katherine Scott reports on icy AM conditions
- Obama heading to South Africa
- Casino patron abducted, robbed and shot
- 1 dead, 50+ vehicles involved in Pa. Turnpike crashes
- Video: Snow-lovers sled down Art Museum steps
- Man dressed as Santa struck, killed on I-95
- Photos: Pictures from Paul Walker memorial rally