Sixteen reports of car vandalism in Pullman over Labor Day Weekend

PULLMAN, WA - According to the Pullman Police department, the cases are believed to be related because they were reported early Saturday morning in close proximity in the College Hill neighborhood.

Nothing was reported stolen, but it's estimated that more than $5,000 in damage was caused.

"We received approximately 16 different reports of vehicles that were damaged," said Pullman Police Detective Sergeant Dan Hargraves. "Either bricks or cinder blocks were thrown through windows or mirrors were removed or broke away from the vehicles."

The reports came from residents on Morton, Linden, Spaulding, Campus, Kamiaken and Oak streets. Pullman PD is asking that anyone with information contact the police station at 334-0802.

And if you happen to have any surveillance cameras in that area, police are asking that you review the footage between midnight on Friday and the early hours of Saturday morning to see if your camera picked up any criminal activity.