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Downtown Lewiston businesses damaged by vandalism

Associated Press

LEWISTON, Idaho – Police say several businesses in downtown Lewiston had windows broken by a vandal over the weekend.

Sgt. Jason Leavitt told The Lewiston Tribune that 10 commercial windows were damaged in the incident. The storefront windows will cost between $1,000 and $4,000 each to replace, he said. A car window was also broken.

Video surveillance footage recorded images of the vandal, and a person of interest has been identified. No arrests had been made as of Sunday night.

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