Now that school is out for the summer, some kids seem to be taking their mischief a bit too far in Wethersfield.
Several neighborhoods in town have been targeted with eggs and other types of vandalism.
Homes surrounding Standish Park have been subject to the vandalism, and homes clear across town are being pelted with eggs, toilet paper in trees and even thefts have been reported.
Egg yolk is still smeared across the screen door and splattered on the welcome mat of one home on Garden Street.
That's what Kathy Amarante saw when she and her sister's family came back after a weekend trip.
"I helped them clean it because my sister's husband is so frustrated that it's been happening so frequently. Someone has to clean it, and as well, they have the baby, the baby could wake up," she said.
Amarante said her sister's home has been hit several times in the past few months and what was once considered youthful foolishness is now going too far.
She said a neighbor told her sister Monday morning that their tires were taken off the car.
Similar reports of vandalism have been seen all over Wethersfield including on Brimfield Road, Longvue Drive and Somerset Street.
"Now it puts us on guard. We're saying, what else could be happening here? We kind of take an extra eye on the house when we come back to it. It's a very safe neighborhood, it's a great neighborhood. And that's why they chose to live here and have children. So that's why it's amazing that this is the thing that's aggravating lives lately," Amarante said.
If you would like to report vandalism, head to Facebook and look for the Wethersfield Police Department's page.
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