Screenshot of reported vandalism

Pictured is one of the alleged suspects involved in several reports of vandalism in Oklahoma City this past weekend.

The Oklahoma City Police Department confirmed Tuesday that multiple suspects involved in reports of vandalism that allegedly occurred over the last weekend have been identified. 

Oklahoma City Police Department spokesperson MSgt. Gary Knight confirmed some of the alleged vandalism incidents occurred in Oklahoma City, but there could also be some alleged victims involved with the vandalism reports in Moore. He said whether charges will be filed and what they will be is up to the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office.

A video has surfaced on social media showing two males and a female inside a vehicle, throwing several beer bottles and a rock at vehicles, police said. 

Damage for each event has to reach $1,000 before it becomes a felony, Knight said.

If it is determined that there were some victims in Moore, as well, each department would handle the cases that happened in their jurisdiction. 

Moore Police Sgt. Jeremy Lewis said they have not received any reports of vandalism in connection with cases in Oklahoma City. 

According to Oklahoma City police reports, officers were dispatched to residences in Oklahoma City in reference to reports of vandalism to several vehicles. 

One person, who lived at residence in south Oklahoma City, just south of Westmoore High School, told police his father’s vehicle was vandalized sometime between Friday night and early Saturday morning. 

The person said it appeared that someone had thrown a rock the size of a “softball or basketball” at his father’s vehicle from a moving vehicle, which dented the back of the hood. He said he believes the rock then hit the windshield, causing it to break. 

Another alleged victim claimed in a separate police report that he noticed a broken beer bottle in his front yard. He said he decided to check his security cameras, which a caught a white Ford Fusion driving by as the bottle appeared in his yard. 

He told police that he believed the damage to his vehicle had been done by the beer bottle he found.

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