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  • Teens vandalize three Little Falls businesses

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  • LITTLE FALLS — City police said three teenagers are likely facing charges in connection to vandalism at three local businesses over the weekend.
    Little Falls Police Chief Michael Masi said Monday afternoon it was in the early morning hours of April 5 the McDonald’s Restaurant on state Route 5, Price Chopper on East Main Street and Subway at 570 Albany St. were vandalized.
    “Three teens caused the damage by throwing rocks through several doors and windows at the businesses at about 2 a.m.,” he said.
    “The teens responsible for the vandalism have been identified and interviewed, and formal charges are pending monetary estimates of the damage,” Masi added.
    The chief said the department would have the estimates later this week, and would release more information when the teens have been arrested.
    Damage is estimated to be in the range of thousands of dollars, according to a post on the Little Falls Police Department’s Facebook page, where several pictures of the damage can be viewed.
    Penny Vavura, of Pierce Communications, which represents Price Chopper, said two of the windows at the newly constructed supermarket facility were damaged.
    She did not have an estimate for the cost of repairs.
    Vavura did say the store’s grand opening is still slated for April 22.
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