Lawrenceburg police officers were dispatched to Dura Automotive with reports of vandalism where the suspect admitted to the victim that he vandalized the wrong vehicle.



Lawrenceburg police officers were dispatched to Dura Automotive on Helton Drive where a male victim reported that his Ford F150 truck had been vandalized in the parking by a male suspect using a wooden bat, and knife.

Three of the victim's tires were damaged along with the windshield, driver's side window, headlight, mirror, and a dent in the driver's door where the damage was estimated at $1,500.

The victim caught the unknown male suspect who was described as a white male with brown hair, a beard, 25 to 30 years old, around 5'10", and approximately 200 lbs.

When the victim confronted the male suspect as to why he damaged his truck the suspect stated that the vehicle belonged to another man that was having a relationship with his "ol lady", and once the victim told the man that was not true the truck belonged to him the suspect fled the scene.

At the time of the report no arrest were made, but officers were able to gather information on who the intended target may be along with a potential suspect.



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