Over the weekend numerous tire slashings and other various reports of vehicle damages and auto theft were reported in Levittown, PA to the Bristol Police Department.

Seems like someone went on a tire slashing spree, as there were five reports of flattened tires adding up to about $2050 in damages a majority of them happening overnight on Friday. The suspect(s) didn't stop there. There were other reports of auto theft on Saturday, a 21 Speed Mountain bike was taken and Sunday, a 2010 Lincoln was taken which both valued to about $9000.

Patch.com shared the following police reports ...

Jan. 13

  • At 1:13 a.m., in the 5200 block of New Falls Road, Levittown, unknown subject(s) took a 2010 Lincoln bearing Pennsylvania registration #GYA8043, that was parked at the above location. Approximate value $8,900.
  • Some time overnight, in the 5700 block of Mitchell Road, unknown subject(s) flattened all four tires on a 2004 Hyundai that was parked at the above location and broke a window on the upper level of the residence. Approximate damage $600.

Jan. 12

  • In the 100 block of Icepond Road, Levittown, some time between 10:30 and 11:10 p.m., unknown subject(s) took a 21 Speed Mountain bicycle from the above location. Approximate value $100.
  • Some time overnight, in the 100 block of Island Road, Levittown, unknown subject(s) slashed a tire on a 1999 Ford that was parked at the above location. Approximate damage $150.

Jan. 11

  • Some time overnight, in the 100 block of Indian Creek Entry, Levittown, unknown subject(s) slashed the tires on a 2008 Dodge and a 2011 Ford that were parked at the above location. Approximate damage $600.
  • In the 100 block of Indigo Turn, Levittown, some time overnight, unknown subject(s) slashed a tire on a 2003 Ford that was parked at the above location. Approximate damage $200.
  • Some time overnight, in the 2300 block of Airacobra Street, Levittown, unknown subject(s) keyed the driver's side door and flattened a tire on the driver's side of a 2007 Nissan that was parked at the above location. Approximate damage $500.