11 homes and cars damaged by criminal mischief in Wall

Police are looking for those behind a rash of criminal mischief in Monmouth County.Authorities say 11 homes and vehicles in Wall were damaged between Wednesday

WALL TOWNSHIP - Police are looking for those behind a rash of criminal mischief in Monmouth County.

Authorities say 11 homes and vehicles in Wall were damaged between Wednesday night and yesterday morning after someone threw rocks at them.

Police say the incidents have caused thousands of dollars in damage. They say the incidents occurred in the area of Gully Road, Danskin Road, McKinley Street, Johnson Street, Harrison Street and Grant Street.

Anyone with additional information is urged to contact the Wall Township Police Department at 732-449-4500.

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