Vandals In Kiss Masks Smash Cars In New Jersey

Four thugs go undetected as they damage cars parked in auto body shop’s lot

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Police in Saddle Brook, New Jersey, want help from the public identifying four thugs who donned Kiss masks and went on a 20-minute weekend rampage, spray-painting more than 25 cars and smashing their windows at an auto body shop.

Go here to watch video of the crime in progress.

The vandals caused $40,000 in damage early Saturday evening at the shop but Deputy Chief Robert White said the damage wasn’t discovered until the managers of the business arrived Monday morning and saw the cars sprayed with obscenities in white paint.

A security video pinpointed the time of the attack and revealed that the damage was caused by four men wearing white masks with black stars over the eye area, similar to the makeup used by rocker Paul Stanley of soon-to-be Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Kiss.

White described the intruders as having slight to medium builds and in their teens to early 20s.
They used metal pipes, a fire extinguisher and a shovel to smash windshields and windows in several of the cars, White said.

At one point, he added, the video shows the men attacking a 2010 Mercedes Benz S400, then fleeing when the car’s alarm started to sound. Moments later, when the alarm silenced, they returned to damage the vehicle further, White said.

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