Vandals Damage BYU Vehicles

Vandals Damage BYU Vehicles

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PROVO, Utah (AP) -- Vandals damaged nearly 40 vehicles at Brigham Young University, and it could cost up to 40-thousand dollars to repair them.

BYU police say windows, headlights, tail lights and mirrors were broken on pickups, tractors and a dump truck sometime between Saturday night and early Monday morning.

Police say it appears bricks may have been thrown at some of the vehicles, which were in a fenced parking lot. The repairs are estimated to cost 40-thousand dollars.

BYU officials do NOT know how the damaged vehicles --- used for snow and garbage removal, grounds maintenance and landscaping --- will affect services at the school.

Information from: The Daily Herald,

(Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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