Vandals hit 6 vehicles

$500 reward offered

April 25, 2007|By Larry Carson | Larry Carson,Sun Reporter

Howard County police are offering a $500 reward for information that would help convict vandals who damaged six vehicles -- including one belonging to County Executive Ken Ulman and his wife, Jaki -- parked outside Wilde Lake High School for a Columbia Celebration of the Arts event in the school's Jim Rouse Theatre on Saturday night .

Police spokeswoman Sherry Lewelellyn said the vehicles were parked in the same area of the lot between 7 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. The owners found the damage, long scrapes along the vehicles' sides, when they left to go home.

The Ulmans' minivan is their personal vehicle, not the county-owned hybrid SUV the executive drives. The van had recently been repaired after a January incident at River Hill Village Center in which a grocery shopping cart was pushed into the vehicle, scraping it.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 410-313- 3700.

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