A recent streak of vandalism and vehicle break-ins has kept police in Woodstock and surrounding jurisdictions busy looking for suspects and information.
On October 20, businesses and homes had marbles shot through windows either with a paintball gun or slingshot, according to Woodstock Police Chief Clayton Keefe. Though police are not sure of the weapon, they are sure of the projectiles since marbles have been found at the scenes.
The first incident was reported at 10:13 p.m. when a marble was shot through the front window of the Yum Yum Noodle Bar at 4 Rock City Road . . .
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