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Amarillo Police search for suspect in several car vandalisms

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 A string of several car vandalisms has the Amarillo Police Department looking into who may be responsible.  
Police say up to 15 vehicles between 3rd and 9th streets  on Pierce and Harrison had their tires slashed or punctured.

The cars were parked downtown along the streets and in parking lots.

Police are asking for anyone who's car was damaged to file a report.  

They also ask anyone with information to call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400.
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