Bangor police are investigating what appears to be a rash of recent vandalism that has left organizations at some stage in plenty of the city with damaged windows. Sgt. Wade Betters of the Bangor Police Department said he did not recognize how many sufferers there are; however, more than one suspect is an idea to be chargeable for vandalism. State Rep. Joseph Perry, D-Bangor, whose Garland Street convenience save became targeted approximately 7:30 p.M. Sunday, said that he changed into giving Bangor police video from his surveillance system. It confirmed a passenger capturing a marble with a slingshot thru the window of the front door of Joe’s Market at 102 Garland St., Perry said Monday.
The Kentucky Fried Chicken on Longview Drive off Hogan Road had a projectile thrown thru a side door Sunday night, Randy Doublas, vicinity director for KFC, stated Monday. On the opposite aspect of the Kenduskeag Stream, a huge window at Bangor Wine and Cheese become shattered Sunday night time, owner Eric Mihan said Monday. The vandalism may have escalated over the weekend, but it can have started extra than weeks in the past. Matt Bishop, a consumer for Epic Sports in downtown Bangor, stated a projectile from a pellet gun got here thru the store’s front window overnight on July 1.
At Hollywood Casino on Main Street, windows in a parking garage stairwell were damaged lately, in step with casino Spokesman Dan Cashman. And on Hammond Street, a personnel member on the NAPA Auto Parts keep at 636 Hammond St. Stated that he arrived last Tuesday morning to locate the window and was hit with a pellet gun. The window changed into no longer predicted to be repaired until subsequent week. Police are searching for any pix or video that might assist them in becoming aware of the suspects, Betters stated. He stated that one car, a crimson SUV that may be a GMC Envoy, may be tied to the vandalism.