Hooksett businesses offer reward in vandalism attacks
"It's so random that it's putting police at a huge disadvantage, especially because it's likely happening from a moving vehicle," said Allan Bald, owner of Tire Warehouse, which was hit by two pellets on Feb. 22. "Whoever did this not only has to worry about police, but now they have to worry about us business owners, and we're going to use the oldest tool in the books — a good old-fashioned cash reward.
Bald said he hopes to have other local business owners join the effort as well.
"They need to know that we're going to work together and use all of our resources," he said. "Anyone who has glass facing Hooksett Road is a potential victim, and people should be helping out and contributing regardless if they've been a victim yet or not."
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