FORT MILL, S.C. -- Cars targeted not once but twice by vandals keying cars, and the vandals are still out there.
Imagine you fixing the damage only to wake up the next morning and seeing your vehicle vandalized again.
"I had key damage on this side and down this side. My truck and a row of cars got keyed up-- it wasn't the only one. Coming out to see this and everyone else I know-- I'm not the only one who is irritated," Ross Lenard says.
Lenard says the first hit was hard enough-- but then, $1000 later, his truck was keyed again.
"I got the truck back yesterday, then this morning came out and found that, " Lenard said.
He filed a police report and an insurance claim, and now he has to do it again but he isn't sure the vandalism is done. He says this can be a lesson learned for everyone.
"You're hunting for a ghost if you don't have anything to look for. Cameras would help at least you have some video evidence."
In this case, they didn't have that, unfortunately.
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