Vandals Use Gun, Knife, Rock
Four vandalism incidents were reported to the Barrington police last week.
Four vandalism incidents were reported to Barrington police last week, including two possible shootings.
Malicious damage was reported to police at 8:44 am on Sunday, Nov. 11. Someone carved an obscene message into the rear bumper and trunk of a car parked at a home on Maple Avenue sometime overnight, police said.
The user of the vehicle is a Barrington High School girl, according to the police report. There is a suspect for the vandalism, police said.
At 5:11 pm on Sunday, the owners of a home at 245 Washington Road reported to police that someone shot out a picture window worth about $500.
It is believed that only one projectile hit the window – either from a pellet or BB gun. But five popping noises were heard by one of the owners before the window was pierced, police said. No one was injured.
A few days earlier, on Tuesday, Nov. 6, the full glass front door of Borelli’s Bakery on the corner of Washington Road and Bay Spring Avenue was smashed – possibly by a projectile, according to the police.
The store was not entered and nothing was reported missing, police said. Patrol officers responded to an alarm at the store at around 10:30 pm.
The rear window of a car parked on Carlton Street was shattered by a rock sometime overnight on Monday, Nov. 5, according to police. The incident was reported to police at 12:52 pm.