Officials: More than 20 cars vandalized in airport lot
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Officials at a North Carolina airport say more than 20 cars have been vandalized in the long-term parking lot.
A statement from Piedmont Triad International Airport on Monday says the vandalism occurred early Sunday in the first five rows of the south long-term parking lot across the street from the Marriott hotel.
The statement says some of the cars involved had windows broken, while others were spray painted. The damage was discovered by an airport employee, and airport and Greensboro police are investigating.
According to the statement, notes have been left on the vehicles to let owners know how to contact airport employees who will assist them in getting home from the airport and getting their automobiles to body shops to be repaired.