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Someone slashed the tires on more than 30 vehicles in Bloomington

The incident happened in the early hours of Sunday morning.
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Dozens of residents in a neighborhood of Bloomington had a rude awakening on Sunday morning when they found their tires had been slashed.

The Bloomington Police Department said it had received multiple reports of vehicles being damaged in the area of 8680 Old Cedar Avenue.

Those impacted live in the Cedar Commons Apartments whose cars were parked in the surface lots outside.

Police say tires were slashed on more than 30 vehicles, some time during the early hours of Sunday.

As well as slashing tires, some residents found their vehicles had been keyed. Ange Shaw was among them, posting several pictures of the damage on her Facebook account on Sunday.

Investigators are currently checking through security video from the area as they try and identify the suspects.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Bloomington Police Department at 952-563-4900.

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