Police are investigating after 30 cars were keyed over two nights.
It happened Wednesday and Thursday nights across the city.
Most of the vehicles that were damaged had been parked on the street, but a few were in driveway, authorities said.
Detectives say it could be a high school senior prank based on the timing. But, prank or not, repairing a keyed car can cost from $300 to $600.
“There were no break-ins of the cars. It just looks to be keyed at this time - that's it,” said Wyoming Detective Eric Kirkland.
There's no witnesses or surveillance video at this point. Police ask any homeowners with security cameras to give them a call at 513-821-0141
Similar incidents have been reported in other cities. Wyoming Police said they're working to get in contact with other agencies investigating the crimes.
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