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Four vehicles damaged in unrelated incidents

By Katherine Wartell

Four vehicles were reported Tuesday to have been damaged by unknown suspects in separate incidents around Manhattan.

In the earliest incident, said to have occurred on March 31 between 2 and 6 p.m., Saad Pistilla, 24, 2215 Buckingham St., reported that an unknown person appears to have allegedly intentionally knocked over his 2006 Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle while it was parked outside his residence. The total loss was $2,000.

In a second incident, which occurred between 6:30 p.m. on April 2 and 5 p.m. on April 3, two vehicles were damaged while parked in the 900 block of Fremont Street.

Lt. Josh Kyle said that an unknown person allegedly kicked the doors of a 2002 Jaguar belonging to Patrick Gerstner, 54, Ness City, and a 2003 GMC Sierra belonging to Isaac Koch, 928 Fremont St. The Jaguar had $1,000 worth of damage, while the Sierra had $500 worth of damage, Kyle said.

In the last incident, which occurred sometime overnight between April 2 and 3, Sheila Yarpezeshkan, 31, 1420 Flint Hills Pl., reported that an unknown person allegedly keyed the driver’s side door of her 2000 Suzuki while it was parked outside her residence. The total loss was $1,000.









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