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14 Tires Slashed In Moline

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Moline police are looking for the person responsible for slashing tires on over a dozen cars.

An alert from the Quad Cities crimestoppers Facebook page says it happened just before 1 a.m. on August 28th. About 14 cars on the 1300 block of 15th Street A in Moline had both tires on the drivers' side slashed.
     
Neighbors were out repairing their cars and they tell us this is going to cost them hundreds of dollars to fix.

"This is just nonsense," said Steven Bowser, who had his tires slashed. "It's too much money to just be throwing away because of some kids playing a prank."

If you have any information contact police or Quad Cities crimestoppers.