Springfield Police received at least 20 reports of car windows being shot at sometime between Monday night and early Tuesday morning. They are receiving additional reports from residents. JENNA LAWSON/STAFF.

Springfield police receive more reports of shot-out car windows

Springfield police have received at least 12 more reports of busted or shot out car windows, in addition to the 20 other reports that were filed earlier in the week.

Springfield Police Lt. Lou Turner said they are still looking for the suspect responsible for the random car window smashing, which took place between 11 p.m. Monday night and 7 a.m. Tuesday morning.

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“We are asking the public to call if they saw anything strange that night or saw anything suspicious,” Turner said.

Most of the reports were around the area of Sturgeon Street, but vandalism was also reported on the east, west and north sides of town. Some of the reports said the windows appeared to be shot out with a pellet gun.

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Springfield police are asking anyone with information or possible video surveillance of the crime to call them at 937-324-7680.

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