From flat tires to egged and spray-painted houses and defaced traffic and municipal signs, the evidence is widespread.
Business owners in Gilpin and Bethel townships in Armstrong County are frustrated over vandals apparently armed with BB guns who are shooting out windows.
Pennsylvania State Police are asking for the public’s help in a case of vandalism that began with spray painting, but became much more serious, causing two adults and tow juveniles to flee to safety over the weekend.
There’s nothing like coming out on a cold morning and finding your tires slashed.
Police arrested a man Wednesday morning, after graffiti was found near the big, yellow duck at Point State Park.
Some strange vandalism was discovered today on a sign at the Arnold Palmer Pavilion in Westmoreland County.
State Police say a vehicle drove all over the turf at Redstone Football Field.
Vandals struck a neighborhood in Fayette County overnight and dozens of people woke up to find their car tires had been slashed.
Connellsville and State police are warning people about vandalism in Connellsville and surrounding areas.
Police are investigating a bizarre theft in the North Hills.
One person was arrested after the Madonna statue at a local church was smashed and destroyed.
Police are investigating cases of vandalism in Brentwood that began two days ago. Several more vehicles were hit Thursday night with red spray paint.
The Cathedral of Learning was recently vandalized and repairs could cost as much as $100,000. A 12×4 foot message was spray painted, which point to an ongoing issue on campus.
It’s a Pittsburgh landmark, but someone vandalized the Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh campus over the weekend.
Commonwealth Press is a little shop on the South Side with a distinctive Pittsburgh touch. Though owner, Dan Rugh, competes with online screen printers, a laid back atmosphere lures customers to his old-time brick and mortar shop. Speaking of bricks, he arrived Tuesday morning to find a smashed display window.