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$1,000 For Information Leading To Conviction Of Vandals

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PRESS RELEASE: EPHRATA, Wash. - A $1,000.00 reward is being offered for information leading to the conviction of vandals that have shot out a series of windows with an apparent air rifle. The reward money is being put up jointly by the City of Ephrata and local business, Canfield. Over the last 48-hours, 11 vehicles and one window at Columbia Ridge School have been damaged.

Predominately, these incidents have occurred at night and are spread throughout the community'sneighborhoods. In the past, we have had great success in working with local citizens to report crimes in progress.Individuals wishing to contact the City with information regarding this, or any other crime, may do so byphone, email, or face-to-face at City Hall. Contact information is provided below.


City of Ephrata Phone: 754-4601

Ephrata Police Phone (business hours): 754-2491

MACC Dispatch (non-emergency, 24-hours): 762-160

City website: www.ephrata.org

City email: contact@ephrata.org

Crime Prevention Tips: http://www.ephrata.org/index.php?page_id=230

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