50 Cars Vandalized Overnight In Georgetown

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Updated: 3/30/2013 9:39 pm
At least 50 vehicles were vandalized last night in the Indian Hill neighborhood of Georgetown.

That's according to police who say people started calling around 7:00 Saturday morning saying their car's tires has been slashed and, in some cases, bricks has been thrown through the windows.

Police have arrested three teenagers after identifying them from a home security surveillance video.

Officers say they don't know yet how much damage was done.

The juveniles are facing at least 46 charges of criminal mischief.

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