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State police searching for vandals outside DeKalb County Culver’s who keyed patrol cars



Indianapolis, Indiana – To identify the suspects behind the vandalism of many patrol cars, the Indiana State Police Fort Wayne Post is asking for the public’s aid in their investigation.

A little after 8 p.m. on Saturday, five state troopers conducting a narcotics interdiction patrol on I-69 in DeKalb County made a stop at Culver’s restaurant in Auburn. According to a release, the eatery is situated directly east of the intersection of State Road 8 and I-69.

According to police, all five of the patrol cars were severely damaged when they were “keyed” while the troopers were inside the restaurant.

The anticipated $3,000 in repairs for the wrecked patrol cars will be covered by taxpayers in Hoosier State. Video evidence from nearby businesses is being gathered by detectives to identify a suspect in this case.

Call the Indiana State Police Fort Wayne Post at 260-432-8661 if you were near the Culver’s restaurant in Auburn during the event and think you saw anything unusual.



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