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Police are asking the public for information about the late Friday or early Saturday vandalism.

COURTESY GOOGLEMAPS - A map of the area where the vandalism was first discovered.More than 50 people had the tires on their vehicles slashed in Portland's Roseway neighborhood late Friday or early Saturday.

No one has been arrested.

According to the Portland Police Bureau, shortly before 9 a.m. Sept. 1, a resident in the 2800 block of Northeast 72nd Avenue called police about having two tires punctured overnight. The officer then found more than 30 people within the area of Northeast 72nd to 77th between Sandy and Alameda also suffered tire damage.

As the investigation continued, another 20 victims in a multiblock area west of Roseway Heights Middle School.

There may be more victims. Police said anyone who needs to make a police report can go to their online reporting site and reference case number 22-263990. Photographs and invoices with damage costs also are beneficial.

Anyone with home surveillance cameras also is asked to check their footage. If anything suspicious is noticed, officials ask that you email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., attention North NRT.

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