Atlanta

Search underway for man accused of damaging APD patrol vehicle

ATLANTA — Atlanta police are searching for a man they say damaged a patrol vehicle earlier this month.

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It happened around 9:22 a.m. on March 14.

APD said officers received a call about damage to city property at the Public Safety Headquarters on Peachtree Street in southwest Atlanta.

When they arrived, they noticed a marked City of Atlanta patrol vehicle was damaged by an unidentified man.

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Atlanta officials said the vehicle was parked and unattended and had damage to the back and driver’s side window.

According to APD, the man threw a rock at the vehicle, causing damage. The suspect was seen on video leaving the headquarters on foot.

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