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Suspects identified in Monett property damage investigation; Charges submitted

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In the last week, the Monett Police Department has investigated twelve reports of property damage that were committed by the same group of persons Large windows in buildings and cars were damaged by person using BB guns.

Approximately $10,000 in damages was reported. These are felong crime due [to] the amont of damage. The victims included the YMCA, City of Monett, EFCO Corp., World Travel, Noble Finance, Mitzi's, and private vehicles.

Six suspects have been identified and questioned. Two adults and four juveniles. All are Monett residents. Felony property damage charges will be submitted to the Barry County Prosecutor on the adults. The juveniles were referred to the Juvenile Office. 
 

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The Monett Police Department is investigating numerous reports of Property Damage that occurred overnight on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Over $10, 000 in damage was reported. The suspects used a pellet or BB gun to shoot building windows and car windows. This is a felony crime due the amount of damage.

More than one person was involved. The suspects were driving a dark color full size SUV, possibly a Ford Explorer.

Anyone with information about this crime should call the Monett Police Department at (417)-235-4241.

Or call the Barry-Lawrence Crime Stoppers at (417)-354-8477 or 1-888-635-8477. A reward of up to $1,000 is offered for infomation leading to an arrest and charges. All callers are anonymous. Anonymous web tips can be left at www.blcrimestoppers.com.

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