Pink spray paint is what some people in Crafton found when they went out to their cars overnight.
An eastern Pennsylvania high school says vandalism forced it to create a policy in which toilet paper has been taken out of the boys’ bathrooms.
Authorities say surveillance video could also be key in solving an early morning crime spree in Monroeville that left more than a dozen cars damaged.
An investigation is underway over a reported case of vandalism at a local high school
Some expensive repairs are needed in the Penn Hills School District after vandals damaged the football field and athletic building.
A reward is being offered after two incidents of vandalism in the Shadyside-North Oakland area of the city. Alexis England works for the homeowner on Wallingford Street who’s had nearly $3,000 worth of damage done.
The vandals in Upper St. Clair have struck everywhere. They threw a rock through the stain glass window at St. Gregory’s Church, another rock through the window of the pool clubhouse and may have used an ax on one homeowner’s brand new $10,000 front door.
Authorities in Plum Boro are bringing in a high-tech solution in hopes of stopping a recent rash of vandalism at a local park.
Three people have been arrested after allegedly breaking in and trashing a Washington County high school last week.
There’s a major clean-up going on at a school in Washington County after vandals broke in and trashed the place twice.
The Officer Paul Sciullo Memorial Park in Bloomfield was vandalized overnight. Police say those responsible tried to pry the badge from the “Officer Paul J. Sciullo II Memorial Field” sign in the park.
Several vehicles were damaged along a street in Millvale when paint was poured and smeared all over them during the overnight hours.
Two brothers have been arrested in connection with over 30 vehicle break-ins in Scottdale over the weekend.
State police in Fayette County are investigating a case of vandalism at a cemetery in Dunbar Township.
Grasping his medals from his military service, a very thankful and emotional Tony Pallatto stood in front of his Oakmont home weeping. “It touches me,” he said. “For all the buddies I lost in Vietnam, all veterans, my total respect for all of them.”