For the fifth time in the past year, a local resident is left to deal with vandalism to their vehicle and they are not alone.
In what was formally known as little Italy, cars have been silly-stringed, egged and even had toothpaste smeared all over the vehicles while owners slept in their homes. Although, as one person told SaultOnline, it’s better than them breaking in etc., Evey Gordon-Baluge is beyond frustrated.
“I honestly don’t know what I would say but we are beyond frustrated with everything. We work hard to have get what we get,” said Gordon-Baluge. “We can’t afford to continue to replace stolen or damaged things and these criminals are just continually being let out or nothing done to begin with.”
She shared with us that she has given up calling the police or the insurance companies.
“I never called them today because he (her husband) was leaving for camp and taking the car. Honestly I stopped calling too because nothing ever gets done, We are out so much money from vehicle break-ins and garage break-ins but [we have] no choice but to replace it ourselves because deductibles for insurance are too high,” she said.
A couple of weeks ago there was a string of vehicles vandalized. Another owner, yesterday morning, woke up to her vehicle being hit with silly string and posted a picture of her van and quipped, “The Silly Stringer” was out again last night… Lucky this egg head only got the tire with the eggs though.”
Gordon-Balgue said the egg didn’t completely come off this time when they took the car to the car wash, she is hoping they find a way to have it removed.
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