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Vandals target Tuscumbia area for the second week

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Vandals targeted the Wee Palace in Spring Park. Vandals targeted the Wee Palace in Spring Park.
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TUSCUMBIA, AL (WAFF) -

An alert for residents in the Shoals after vandals strike again in Tuscumbia.

Vandals armed with bricks targeted the Tuscumbia area just as they did the week before. This time they vandalized the Wee Palace in Spring Park and the multi-purpose center on Commons Street.

Police said in every report someone has thrown red bricks into windows, smashing the glass and damaging the property.

Just last week, nearly a half dozen cars were damaged.

Police said the vandalism happened late Saturday night into early Sunday morning and that nothing has been reported stolen from any of the scenes.

If you know who is responsible or if you see something suspicious in your area, contact the Tuscumbia Police Department immediately.

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