ATLANTA - Police are searching for clues after someone vandalized dozens of cars in a Buckhead apartment parking garage overnight.
Atlanta police said at least 30 cars were broken into at The Cambridge at Buckhead complex.
Police knocked on doors at the complex around 5 a.m. to alert residents to the break-ins.
Victims told Channel 2 that only small items, like a few dollars or a GPS, were taken. Police believe kids are responsible, because the burglars left behind more expensive items like golf clubs.
Police said they do not know how the burglars got into the gated area.
Residents said they’re frustrated because the cost of fixing their broken windows is much more than what the burglars got away with.
Police said most of the cars were parked in a garage under the building, which has surveillance cameras. Investigators plan to examine the video to see if it captured the burglars in the act.
Police said there are so many victims, they are having to leave business cards on the damaged cars.
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