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Vandal shot windows, truck, cameras at Toledo lawncare business

The Elite truck that was shot at. The Elite truck that was shot at.
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

When the management of Elite Lawn and Landscaping arrived at their office building on South Avenue Thursday morning, they found bullet holes in the glass windows.

Besides two damaged office windows, there was also a shattered truck window and all three security cameras had been shot at. Despite the damage to the cameras, management realized the vandalism had all been recorded.

Two of the security cameras were completely damaged by the perpetrator with a BB gun, but the third camera remained on.  It showed the guy shooting at the business for 25 minutes straight.

Elite Lawn and Landscaping President Bob Harris says police are working to identify the man in the video.  Harris is unsure if this was a random act or possibly someone with a vendetta against the business.

"He shot over and over at this camera," Harris said. "When it hit, it would jar it, but it never went out.  I don't know what the individual was trying to accomplish at that point by doing it."

The surveillance video has not been released at this time. Anyone with information on this crime should call Crimestopper at 419-255-1111.  

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