MUNHALL, Pa. - Police in Munhall are looking for the person responsible for vandalizing a popular deli several times in recent months.
Authorities said someone vandalized the Main Street Deli about 2 a.m. Sunday by smashing in the front window with a tree trunk.
According to police, the deli’s windows have been broken four times since August.
Police said they have surveillance video of the person vandalizing the deli over the weekend, and hope it will help their investigation.
“We can see him throw it eight times, and he kicked and punched between throws. As cops said, he really put effort into this,” the deli’s owner, Bruce Barnes, said. “This anger is coming from somewhere.”
Barnes told Channel 11’s Jodine Costanzo that he’s upset his deli is being vandalized, and doesn’t know why it’s happening.
“We pray. My wife and family are praying it stops. Enough trauma and inconvenience for us all,” Barnes said. “We have no clue why we’re being targeted.”
Police told Channel 11’s Jodine Costanzo that they have a suspect in the incident, but he has not been arrested.
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