The owner of Saldutti's Vehicle Remarketing at 200 W. Fifth St., Lansdale, is offering a $5,000 reward for an arrest leading to a conviction of the suspect or suspects involved in vandalism of vehicles on his property.
According to Tony Saldutti, son of owner Mario Saldutti, 12 vehicles were damaged between 5 p.m. Monday and 1 p.m. Tuesday. The windshields were borken and no other windows or damage to the cars occurred, Saldutti told Alyson D'Alessandro of Limerick Patch.
Saldutti estimated damage around $5,000 total.
Lansdale Police have been notified, Saldutti said. There is video surveillance on the property.
Mario Saldutti told Patch that the vandalism occurred "in the neighborhood he grew up in."
"I want to throw up," Saldutti told Patch.
Lansdale Police are investigating the vandalism, police said.
Police said all the vehicles were facing, and close to, the West Fifth Street entrance/exit drive of the R5 SEPTA parking lot.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Lansdale Police Department at (215) 368-1801.