Masked Vandal Slashes Dozens of Tires

Police found some evidence, but not the vandal

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    Tires on at least 20 cars were slashed, according to police.

    Dozens of car owners woke up to find their tires slashed Thursday morning in Carmel Valley as police searched for the vandal.

    The masked vandal allegedly used a knife to slash at least 20 cars along several streets off Del Mar Heights Road, according to police.

    Vandal Slashes Dozens of Tires

    [DGO] Vandal Slashes Dozens of Tires
    The vandal allegedly used a knife to slash at least 20 cars along several streets.

    Police started to receive 911 calls around 9 p.m. Wednesday.

    "We had witnesses call in at one point and describe what was going on outside their home. We were able to get into the neighborhood and follow and track the suspect into a canyon,” said Sgt. Pete Cohen. “We were able to get evidence out of the canyon. Unfortunately we did not get the suspect into custody."

    If you have any information regarding this case, please contact the San Diego Police Department.

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