Police: BB gun to blame for broken windows in Barrington

Both incidents occur in West Barrington

Posted 8/1/20

Barrington police are investigating two incidents where windows were damaged by BB gun pellets.

The first incident was reported on Tuesday, July 21. An employee with St. Luke School on …

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Police: BB gun to blame for broken windows in Barrington

Both incidents occur in West Barrington

Posted

Barrington police are investigating two incidents where windows were damaged by BB gun pellets.

The first incident was reported on Tuesday, July 21. An employee with St. Luke School on Waldron Avenue called police after discovering that a second floor window at the school had been shot by a BB or pellet gun. Officials are not sure when the vandalism occurred.

Two days later, on Thursday, July 23, a Houghton Street resident called police after discovering a BB had been shot through a window at his home. The resident said he was not sure when the damage occurred, but believed it may been between July 19 and 23.

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