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Ford Store Deals With Another Vandalism Incident

March 17, 2017 0 Comments

Today’s story involves a major act of vandalism at a Ford store, however this isn’t the first time that vandals have struck the dealership.

According to a KGTV report, at around 3 a.m. on March 16, two unidentified individuals in a truck caused damage to North County Ford in Vista, California. The police discovered the situation when responding to a crash near the store and discovering a 2007 Toyota Tacoma that had hit 4 vehicles on the dealership lot and hit a street sign and two traffic poles. The report indicates the perpetrators then fled on foot, leaving the damaged truck behind.


The report on this incident indicated vandals also hit North County Ford a few months ago, as 20 vehicle windows were broken. What is the largest challenge that dealers face in regards to vandalism of their property and real estate?

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