Vehicle vandalism reported in Shambaugh

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November 16th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Authorities in Page County are investigating damage to three-vehicles in Shambaugh. The incident occurred sometime after seven-p.m. on November 1st. Clarinda resident Jim Chambers told officials the damage was inflicted on vehicles which were parked on property Chambers owns, at 206 Main Street, in Shambaugh. Sheriff’s officials say the damage was estimated at $13,200 altogether. It included tires being slashed on a Ford F-250 pickup. That vehicle, along with a Ford Ranger pickup and another Ford truck, also sustained scratches associated with vandalism typically described as “keying.”