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Windows vandalized at eight businesses

Yyvonne Imbery holds a board in place as a replacement for a window broken during a vandalism string late Friday, early Saturday in Jamestown. (Photo by Chris Olson/The Sun)

The Jamestown Police Department is seeking information about vandalism to eight businesses in Jamestown that occurred late Friday or early Saturday.

Cpl. Bob Schlenvogt said windows were damaged at Vining Oil, The Jamestown Sun, Gun & Reel Sports, Inc., Wells Fargo Bank and US Bank. Vehicle windows were damaged at Wilhelm Chevrolet Buick GMC, Affordable Autos and JL Service.

Schlenvogt said rocks were used to damage one of the front doors at Gun & Reel and Wells Fargo, while some sort of  pellet or BB gun was used to damage the windows at the other locations.

Schlenvogt said the first call about the vandalism came to the Stutsman County Law Enforcement Center at 6:36 a.m. from Vining Oil. The second call came from the Sun about 20 minutes later.

The damage occurred to businesses along Second Avenue from Second Street Southwest north to Fifth Street Northwest, and along First Avenue South.

Schlenvogt said anyone who has information about the vandalism, or who may have some something or someone suspicious along Second and First Avenues late Friday night or early Saturday morning are asked to call 252-1000.

The incident remains under investigation.