ROCK HILL — Two people on bicycles are accused of throwing rocks at and spray painting four parked cars and a storage building sometime Monday or Tuesday, according to police.
Police on Tuesday afternoon were called to the Sadler Motor Company and spoke with an employee, who said the windows of a Hyundai Sante Fe, Ford Escape and Mazda MPV Wagon all suffered damage to their back windows, according to a Rock Hill police report. A Chevrolet Blazer had spray paint on the driver’s door and window.
The storage building near the back of the lot was spray painted, and a window broken, the report states. Police found a spray paint can outside the building before discovering that the back wall of the main office had also been smeared with paint.
Security video showed two suspects arriving at the property riding on bicycles before one suspect, wearing gloves, spray painted the Chevrolet Blazer and the back of the storage building. The suspect then picked up rocks and threw them at the storage building window, and the windows of the other three cars.
Police could not lift fingerprints from the can since the suspect used gloves. Police could not clearly make out any identifying features on the suspects.