Great Bend Police received multiple reports Saturday of broken windows in vehicles around town. Estimated damage in most cases was $200 to $300 per window. Many of the windows were shot out with a BB gun, according to reports.
Someone broke a window out of a Ford Explorer at 1801 Van Buren St. and someone broke the window on a Chevy pickup at 3820 McKinney Dr., it was reported Saturday morning. In the afternoon, it was reported that someone broke two windows on a Chevrolet Trailblazer at 1630 Cherokee Road. In the evening, it was reported that someone shot a window on a vehicle at 5521 Navajo Road.
Police also received a report Sunday night that the back window was broken on a vehicle at 1107 Holland St.
Beginning Monday morning and continuing into the afternoon, police received more reports of broken windows: On a vehicle parked at 1437 12th St., on a 2007 Dodge pickup at 1604 Monroe St., on a 2002 Cadillac at 2514 Dry Creek, on a 2009 Chevy pickup on 12th St., on a vehicle at 2001 Lincoln St., and on a pickup at 1620 18th St. An officer found a vehicle with a window shot out at 1200 Baker Ave., and someone broke the rear slider window on a pickup at 2707 Morton St.
Someone shot a window at 3015 Meadowlark Lane with a BB gun. It was also reported that someone damaged the tail lights on a 2007 Dodge Caliber at 5808 16th St. Terrace.