Bangor police are investigating what appears to be a rash of recent vandalism that has left businesses throughout much of the city with broken windows.
Sgt. Wade Betters of the Bangor Police Department said he did not know how many victims there are, but that more than one suspect is thought to be responsible for the vandalism.
State Rep. Joseph Perry, D-Bangor, whose Garland Street convenience store was targeted about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, said that he was able to give Bangor police video from his surveillance system.
It showed a passenger shooting a marble with a slingshot through the window of the front door of Joe’s Market at 102 Garland St., Perry said Monday.