Police Seek Suspects in R.V. Center Thefts

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HAZELWOOD, MO (KPLR) - Police in Hazelwood are investigating vandalism and theft  Apache Village. Employees of the R.V. dealership and service center arrived Wednesday to find broken glass and debris scattered through their lot and quickly learned more than 20 recreational vehicles and campers were hit. Windows were smashed,  screens ripped and personal items stolen. Police say the suspects were likely looking for items they could quickly pawn or sell; maybe for drug money.

Apache Village service center customers owned the vehicles targeted; brand new vehicles on the lot were untouched.  Apache Village advises customers it isn't responsible for damage or theft, but says customer's insurance policies should cover losses and damages.

Hazelwood Police say they're following leads and reviewing security tape from cameras. Patrols around Apache Village R.V. Center have been increased.

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