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Police investigating slew of tire slashings in Chandler neighborhood

The Chandler Police Department started receiving numerous calls reporting car damages Tuesday morning.

CHANDLER, Ariz. — At least 13 people had their tires slashed in a Chandler neighborhood overnight, authorities said. 

On Chandler Boulevard, between Cooper and Gilbert roads, some residents woke up to slashed tires and broken car windows Tuesday morning. As of 10:30 a.m., the Chandler Police Department said they received 13 calls reporting the damage. 

"These criminal damage incidents concern us and detectives are working hard to investigate the incidents and find those responsible," Sft. Jason McClimans said in a news release. 

Officials are asking anyone who may have seen suspicious activity or have video surveillance in the area to call police.

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