Windows Shattered at Culver City Storefronts, Suspect Vehicle Identified


CULVER CITY (CNS) - Multiple Culver City businesses had their windows shattered by apparent BB pellets in the past two months, and police today circulated video footage of a vehicle believed to be involved in the crimes.

Culver City Police Department officers on April 12 responded to two calls of vandalism in the 11900 block of Washington Boulevard regarding two businesses that had their street-facing windows shattered, according to a police statement.

The next day, three additional businesses in the 12900 to 13100 blocks of Washington Boulevard sustained similar window damage.

Officers responded about 11:30 p.m. on May 20th to another business in the 12700 block of Washington Boulevard that also had its front window shattered by what appeared to be BB pellets, police said. Two additional businesses in the 11900 and 13300 blocks of Washington Boulevard reported similar damage that same evening.

Detectives obtained video footage of a dark-colored 2005 to 2012 Range Rover Sport that was in the area at the time most of the windows were shattered. Police believe the suspect may be responsible for all of the vandalism, which caused more than $10,000 in damage to Culver City businesses.

Anyone with information related to the crimes was asked to contact CCPD Assistant Chief Jason Sims at 310-253-6391 or the watch commander at 310-253-6202.

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