The Great Falls Police Department responded to 10 reports of car vandalism over the weekend.
According to the police, officers were dispatched to several locations for cars with smashed windows.
Rachel Hunter was one of the vandalism victims. She’s getting married in six months and the expense was not on her list.
“Think about other people and what they’re going through," she said. "Not everyone is financially sound even though they have a vehicle, like you have other things, bills, student loans, and weddings to pay for."
She said this is the second time she’s had to replace her window in just over a month. On Christmas Eve, she said someone broke her car window and stole her purse.
“It’s just frustrating. You work hard for your stuff, to keep your stuff nice, and people just have no heart about it," Hunter said. "They just don’t care."
Mark Brumley was another person who walked outside to see glass on the ground. The suspect or suspects struck his car twice.
“I did not first notice that the other window was shot out also," Brumley said. "First thing I looked to see is what broke the window, like if it was a rock or anything like that. I had no idea that it was a BB until I seen the BB in the other window."
The police could not confirm if the windows had been shot out.
Both Hunter and Brumley said this is a financial strain on them.
“It’s a hard pill to swallow because I work full time and basically I went to work this week just to pay for a window,” Brumley said.
The incidents appear to be connected but there are no suspects in custody.
The vandalism happened across Great Falls and not in one single location.
We will update you when we get more information.