Police say they have no suspects in a rash of vandalism to more than a dozen vehicles in Havre de Grace this week.
Officers were patrolling the neighborhoods of Grace Harbor, Bayview Estates, Grace Manor and Havre de Hills at 1:11 a.m. on Jan. 6 when they noticed that 13 vehicles had been egged, according to a statement from police.
Police provided the following breakdown of locations where the vehicles were discovered to have been egged:
- Five vehicles on Pintail Drive
- Three vehicles on Lewis Lane Extended
- Two vehicles on Canvasback Drive
- Two vehicles on Seagull Drive
- One vehicle on Goforth Drive
Eggs can damage the paint on a car. To remove the egg, Popular Mechanics recommends using warm water, a commercial car wash detergent and a microfiber towel. If there is still discoloration, the magazine recommends using a rubbing compound.
If you have information about the incident, please contact the Havre de Grace Police Department at 410-939-2121.