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.
A Beaver County cemetery near New Brighton recently fell victim to vandals, and now the grounds crew is working to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.
Police say charges are pending in connection with the most recent window smashing incident at Munhall’s Main Street Deli.
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.