Reward Offered For Info On Truck Vandalism
By Mike Perleberg
(Aurora, Ind.) – Two Aurora residents are offering a $500 reward for helping find who is responsible for recent vandalism.
Siblings Bridgett Neff and Paul Fitch say their father, John Neff, has been in a nursing home since November. Sometime Tuesday night, somebody shattered the windshield of their father’s pickup truck at a home on Lincoln Street in Aurora.
Neff and Fitch say it’s not the first time that their vehicles have been damaged. Back in June another truck was tagged with spray paint.
Aurora Chief of Police Josh Daugherty said there are active investigations into the vandalism, but no suspects have been identified.
The $500 reward offered by Neff and Fitch is for information leading to an arrest and conviction. Tips should be communicated to the Aurora Police Department at (812) 926-1101.
Daugherty says it can be difficult to solve cases of vandalism when there are no witnesses. He suggests people having problems with repeated vandalism invest in security cameras. A quick Google Shopping search returned results for many home network cameras available for under $100.