Police: Suspects used BB gun to vandalize school buses, businesses in Chesterfield County

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Police are looking for the individuals who used a BB gun to shoot out the windows of two Chesterfield County Public Schools buses.

The individuals were captured on surveillance video driving a small, green four-door sedan. Police posted the alleged crime on social media Tuesday morning but did not specify when it occurred.

Police said the buses were parked in the 13500 block of Waterford Place. On the same night, windows of nearby businesses were also damaged by a BB gun.

The shooters reportedly also targeted nearby businesses on Waterford Place. Matt Davies, the manager of the nearby Flying Pig, spoke with 8News on Tuesday about the incident.

“It’s surprising,” he said. “This is actually a really quiet and friendly, family neighborhood.”

Davies said he has managed the Flying Pig Backyard Grill, in the shopping mall, for the past four years.

“There’s better outlets for release, for fun, everything you do doesn’t always take a toll on you, but it’s money spent out of other peoples pockets,” Davies told 8News.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660 or through the p3 app.

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