Slashed tires, broken windows part of 24-hour crime spree in Watertown

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WATERTOWN, Wis. - The Watertown Police Department hopes home surveillance video will help officers determine who committed a rash of crimes in the city over the past 24 hours.

Police have received complaints involving graffiti, broken windows, slashed tires and other property damage, according to a Facebook post by the Watertown Police Department.

This is a list of impacted locations:

100 block of S. 2nd St.

200 block of E. Main St.

400 block of Humboldt St.

400 block of Janet St.

500 block of Humboldt St.

600 block of Clyman St.

700 block of Wisconsin St.

800 block of Station St.

1000 block of S. 7th St.

1200 block of Western Ave.

1400 block of Munzel Dr.

1600 block of Utah St.

Homeowners are asked to check home surveillance video and report any suspicious activity or people to the department. Officers said to look for people wearing dark clothing, covering their face or carrying a backpack in the video.

Anyone with information on this crime spree is asked to call the Watertown Police Department at 620-261-6660 or make an anonymous report by texting "WTTN" and the tip to Tip411.