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Henrico, VA—A family's holiday decorations are destroyed by a vandal…and it's all caught on tape.
Brock Klich contacted 8News about the incident, which occurred at about 11:30 p.m. Saturday evening his home in Glen Allen.
A surveillance video captures a male figure trashing decorations in Mr. Kilch's front yard. After the vandal ripped one decoration out of the ground, he can be seen breaking and kicking it violently.
The man in the video appears to be tall and husky, and was wearing a hooded sweatshirt with a baseball cap. Kilch says there were two other suspects, but they aren't visible in the video.
Kilch says at least four other homes in his neighborhood were vandalized in a similar fashion, and that the residents are on the lookout for the individuals.The other homes are located in Rimbey, Rickey and Spray Courts in Glen Allen.
A flyer Kilch created about the incident reads: "A $100 cash reward may be offered for valuable information about
the identity of these people. Please call 804-874-4880."
If you have information about these incidents or the person(s) responsible, please contact Henrico Police at 804-501-5000 or Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.