ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. --The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office is looking for the person or people who slashed over 100 tires around the northwestern part of the county over the weekend.
Deputies responded to Durbin Crossing North, Aberdeen and Julington Creek Plantation on Sunday morning after 101 tires were slashed or punctured on 28 vehicles at 17 residences.
Thirteen vehicles were damaged at eight homes in the 1600 block of Fenton Ave. There were also 13 vehicles damaged at seven homes in the nearby 1700 block of Pennan Place.
Another vehicle had three tires damaged in the 400 block of Chattan Way and three more tires were slashed on another vehicle at a residence in the 100 block of Mahogany Bay Drive.
The estimated cost to replace all of the damaged tires was more than $22,000.
There are no known suspects.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Sgt. Mike Strausbaugh at (904) 209-2141 or Crime Stoppers of N.E. Florida at 1-(888) 277-TIPS (8477).