Vandalism Totals $30K At Mankato Concrete Company
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MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — Someone used a forklift, a dump truck and a pickup to vandalize a Mankato concrete contractor over the weekend.
Mankato police say someone started a forklift outside the Hoffman Concrete plant and drove it into a dump truck. The dump truck was then used to smash into another truck and through large doors into the plant.
Inside the plant, a pickup was used to ram into several drums filled with concrete-sealing oil.
The Free Press reports the damage totals more than $30,000.
The vandalism was discovered early Monday morning. Police have no suspects.
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