Vandalism in Midtown Tulsa

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Reported by: Andrew Carter
Updated: 8/06/2013 10:13 pm Published: 8/06/2013 10:11 pm

 It's inside the Subway on 11th and Garnett that business seems to be working as normal, but it's after a week of vandalism. However, if you were to drive by, it actually looks like it's closed down and vacant.

Alicia Lopez, a Subway employee said, "We've had 8 windows busted out in five days, the only ones we have left are these doors." Extreme damage to the 5 of the 8 windows inside this subway would have some thinking the place was closed down. While the store still operates as normal it wasn't your average rock that caused the destruction.

            Employees told me the incidents have raised safety concerns, but they remain proactive in limiting the damage. Subway workers that were fed up came up with this idea. A tarp is actually a decoy in front of a window that is intact making the suspect think he already broke this window. These are just the little things that they've had to deal with as this situation has been going on.

John Bake, an employee's fiancé said, “Five nights in a row having the windows broke out I was really afraid to let my fiancé come to work." With increased concern, the Tulsa police department is investigating, but store employees will take any help they can get.

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