BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Buffalo Police say several vehicles and two NFTA bus shelters were vandalized near Arnold St. and Parkdale overnight when someone went on a shooting spree with a BB gun.
None of the victims whose cars were shot at and windows broken heard or saw anything last night but all were obviously upset to find their vehicles damaged.
"We woke up because we saw the police all over the street. Four of my neighbor's windows were shot out. Then going to school this morning, going to Buff State, I see that my windows were also shot out," said Gabriel Rondon, one of the many who had his windows shot at. "Almost every car on the right side of our street had their windows shot out," Rondon added.
Buffalo Police believe a dozen people in total had their windows shot out.
One of the victims is an older Buffalo woman who showed us the mess she woke up to find. Her car's interior was filled with water and glass. She isn't sure if her insurance will cover the damage.
"I'm just disgusted," said Hazelyn Law. "I don't bother anybody."
Not far away, two NFTA bus shelters also had broken window damage. According to a NFTA's spokesman, the shelters at Grant and Auburn and Grant and West Delavan will need to have glass walls replaced.
A Buffalo Police spokesman tells me there were no injuries reported. Investigators will be reviewing street cameras in the area Wednesday to see if anything or anyone was caught on camera that can lead them to the vandals.
If you have any information, Buffalo Police ask for you to call them at 847-2255.
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