Kuna officers seek vandals who sprayed fire extinguisher into parked cars

May 13, 2014 

Kuna police are looking for whoever sprayed a fire extinguisher in or on three parked cars between Friday night and Saturday morning, the Ada County Sheriff’s Office reported Tuesday.

Officers discovered a fire extinguisher had been stolen from a boat parked off Sienna Creek Street overnight Friday. That happened right next to where someone sprayed the inside of one car and the outside of another with the extinguisher.

A third car on South School Street was vandalized a similar way: Someone opened an unlocked car door and emptied the contents of a fire extinguisher inside. It appears the cars were randomly selected.

Clean-up for the two cars sprayed inside will likely cost hundreds of dollars. Anyone with information is asked to call Kuna Police at 577-3860

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