Antique vehicles vandalized west of Edmonton
Posted: Apr 19, 2012 1:26 PM MT
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2012 1:25 PM MT
RCMP are looking for vandals who destroyed two antique vehicles west of Edmonton last weekend.A Model T ford was vandalized as well. (RCMP)
Suspects broke into a locked barn at a Spruce Grove-area farm on April 14th or 15th, torched a 1956 Studebaker and vandalizing a 1925 Ford Model T, said police.
The suspects managed to get the Studebaker running, but drove it into the mud where it got stuck and was set on fire.
The Model T was pushed outside where its windows were smashed and the body damaged.
The owner of the priceless cars is devastated, said police.
The damage to the vehicles is estimated to be more than $20,000.
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