Reynoldsburg police looking for person who smashed substation window

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Reynoldsburg Police are investigating after its Taylor Square substation was vandalized Sunday.

“We didn’t find an object here at the scene so we don’t know if it was a rock or a brick,” Lt. Bill Early.

Police say they have many questions but no answers on why a person smashed their Taylor Square storefront window.

“There was nobody here when it happened. One of our regular shift officers came by and noted it,” Early said.

The sub-station opened last summer with a resource officer patrolling the busy business and high traffic area.

Ashley Shunk works next door at Nina’s Studio Nail Spa and says she didn’t hear or see anything of the usual Sunday.

“We can’t see through our windows at night. But we might keep the doors locked,” said Shunk.

The nail technician says RPD adds an extra layer of security being so close.

“When I found out we were next to them, I was like oh all I have to do is bang on the Window and help is right there,” Shunk said.

“It’s not going to sway us from our presence down here. We are very well received not only by the community but by the business folks down here so it’s going to be business as usual for us,” says Early

If you have any information about the vandalism, you are asked to call Reynoldsburg police.

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