Pittsfield Police are seeking information from the public after receiving a number of reports of vandalism last night and today in the city.  According to a post on the Pittsfield Police Department Facebook page, they believe the damage to property was caused by a BB gun or a pellet gun.  According to the post the damage was not just isolated to a small part of the city, but multiple locations in Pittsfield.

The Police are asking residents and local businesses to check their security cameras for any suspicious activity.  The Facebook post did not mention specific locations of the reported vandalism.

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Anyone with information that can help Take a Bite Out of Crime is asked to reach out to the Police Department at 413-448-9705.  The complete Pittsfield Police Facebook post is below.

 Pittsfield Police Department

Between last night (Tuesday March 30) and today (Wednesday March 31) the Pittsfield Police Department has received multiple reports of vandalism. Most of the property damage was apparently caused by the firing of BB and/or pellet guns. The damage most likely occurred during the nighttime or early morning hours and cases have been reported throughout different parts of the city. No injuries have been reported at this time.

The Pittsfield Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance with solving these crimes. We are also asking any owners of residential or business video surveillance systems to review their footage and report any suspicious activity that may be tied to these acts. Anyone who wishes to provide information regarding the vandalism is asked to contact the PPD Detective Bureau at 413-448-9705. Information can also be provided anonymously via the Detective Bureau Tip Line at 413-448-9706, or by texting PITTIP and your message to TIP411 (847411).

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