Ten cars parked in the lot of the Ogden police district on the West Side were vandalized overnight, just days after two other cars in the same lot were scratched, authorities said.
In the latest incident, 10 cars were found scratched and marked with graffiti around midnight in the lot at 3315 W. Ogden Ave., according to Chicago Police Department News Affairs. The window of one of the cars had been broken, police said.
Around 4 a.m. on Sunday, two cars were similarly damaged, police said.
No one was in custody, and police could not say if surveillance cameras caught the vandals.
There's that silly idea that cameras can "catch" anything. Cameras record. Cops catch. And pretending that a 40-inch high decorative fence can stop anyone from hopping over it and having their way in a police lot without being observed once is unbelievable.