Vandals Strike Again in Upper St. Clair
Numerous mailboxes were damaged last weekend.
It appears the vandalism hasn't stopped in Upper St. Clair.
On Saturday morning, a number of residents along Hidden Timber Drive woke up to damaged mailboxes.
"These vandals should be caught and brought to justice. The behavior is childish and immature. When you destroy property, you have broken the law," said Laura Whitcomb, a victim to the vandalism.
Another woman nearby reportedly heard noise at 1:40 a.m. Saturday, but didn't bother to look out the window. Now she wishes she had.
In July, the Upper St. Clair police alerted residents to a rash of vandalism through the new emergency notification system, USC Notify. A broken stained-glass window at St. Gregory Byzantine Catholic Church and a punctured garage door were among the reported incidents.
Messages left for police this week were not returned.
What is your take on the vandalism in Upper St. Clair? Has there been less since this summer? Have you been a victim? Tell us in the comments.