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By The Daily Courier
Friday, Dec. 7, 2012, 4:24 p.m.
 

Connellsville police are investigating who slashed the tires on 10 vehicles.

Police said the department received reports that 10 vehicles in the area of West Fayette Street had their tires slashed during Thursday evening into Friday morning.

Police are requesting anyone with information regarding the incident to contact Capt. Steven Shaffer of Patrolman Bryan Kendi with the Connellsville Police Department at 724-628-2501. Shaffer's extension is 101 and Kendi's extension is 151.

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