• Surveillance video shows vandals breaking into several cars overnight in Monroeville


    MONROEVILLE, Pa. - Police released surveillance video that shows two vandals smashing car windows and ransacking them in Monroeville early Wednesday morning.

    According to police, the video shows two hooded vandals arrive at Compunetix Inc. on Mosside Boulevard on bicycles and try to disable surveillance cameras.

    An employee went to parking garage about 4 a.m. Wednesday and said they noticed glass and a knife on the ground.

    Investigators said more than a dozen cars were damaged. Some had the windows smashed out and some were keyed.

    Police said the surveillance video shows the two vandals inside the cars looking for cash or valuables.

    Employees at the company told Channel 11 News that Wednesday morning was not the first time cars were vandalized at the parking lot.

    The incident remains under investigation, and police are asking anyone with information to contact them.

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