Seven separate cases of vehicle vandalism took place this weekend in Kearney. Everything from bricks to concrete blocks to B.B. guns were used to bust windows and doors.
The drive-by incidents all took place in the same area just south of UNK and the railroad tracks. Kearney police say that it is very unusual to have an event like this happen randomly. The good thing is that nothing was stolen from the vehicles, there are just broken windows.
"With the bricks being used in the same night...concrete blocks being used the same night...more than likely it's the same people...on something like that they are mobile, they move...and it just takes a little bit of luck...hearing or seeing it actually happen," said Kearney Police Department Capt. Donald Dreyer.
Victims of the vandalism woke up in the morning and saw a broken window on their vehicle.
Byron Adolf, one of the victims, just had his truck's window repaired for a huge spider crack in it.
"Actually I was just shocked and I wasn't expecting to see my window busted out, just going to get something small out of my truck...then I realized I haven't been here that long so I mean I didn't know if I had any enemies against me," said Adolf.
Some of the victims didn't know if they were specifically targeted, but they felt better after hearing that the same thing happened to other random people. Many of the victims also said they were mad and shocked that someone would do something like this.
At this time Kearney police do not have any suspects, and victims like Adolf are stuck with a $350 bill.