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Windows broken in Great Bend
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Great Bend residents awoke Saturday morning to find broken windows at various locations. In many cases, reports show vehicle windows were shot with BBs.
Combined damage estimates were in the thousands for the period from Friday evening through Sunday.
At 5:47 p.m. Friday, police received a report that a window was broken on a Ford Fusion at 2027 Morton St. Estimated damage was $300.
That night, a known person allegedly broke windows on a car parked at 3209 10th St.
Saturday morning reports included broken windows on vehicles at 2623 Lakin Ave., 5700 Rosewood Dr., 815 Hickory St., 1234 McKinley, 1301 Monroe, 1700 Cherry Lane, 2500 Dry Creek and 5831 Broadway.
The northwest door to the Rocking M Radio building, 5501 10th St., was also shot out, causing $300-$400 estimated damage.  
Police also received a report Saturday afternoon that a vehicle window was shot at 2015 Holland St.
Felony criminal damage to property at Kansas Doors, 5223 10th St., was reported Sunday afternoon, when it was discovered that three windows on the building had been shot out.
The Barton County Sheriff’s Office took a report Saturday morning of a window broken on a truck at 5801 Anchor Way, Great Bend.
BCSO was also notified Sunday morning that during the night, someone did spin-outs in the parking lot at Community Christian Church, 253 NE 30 Road, and rocks thrown from the tires damaged three windows. Also, windows on a Champion road grader in the 1300 block of SW 40 Road were shot out.