As many as 18 vehicles vandalized on Milwaukee's east side
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MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee Police were searching Thursday for one or more people who vandalized lots of cars on the city's east side.
Someone smashed out windows on as many as 18 vehicles late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning.
It appeared that someone may have even used a BB gun.
The person or people who smashed up the minivans, cars and SUV's did not take anything inside those vehicles.
Andrew, who lives near North Farwell Avenue and East Park Place, was "in utter shock" when he discovered his now-destroyed window.
"The entire window was smashed out, and it looks like there's some other body damage to the vehicle."
Milwaukee Police were first called to the corner of North Newhall Street and East Bellview Place just after midnight Thursday.
Then, they were informed of more and more vandalized vehicles in an area between North Oakland and Maryland Avenues and East Newberry Boulevard and Bradford Avenue.
Minivans were mostly targeted, but a TODAY'S TMJ4 photojournalist found windows smashed on a few SUV's and cars.
As of early Thursday morning, there was no word of anyone in custody.
Milwaukee Police ask that you call them if you have any information on these crimes.