A construction company is cleaning up what's left of a northeast Philadelphia construction site after police say vandals went in and trashed it, damaging nearly $3 million worth of equipment.
Police say it happened at a site on the 6600 block of State Road sometime between 8 p.m. Wednesday night and 7 a.m. Thursday morning.
Police say the vandals destroyed the crane, bulldozers, compressors and other pieces of equipment at the site.
According to police, it's the second time the site has been vandalized. Last time, a bulldozer was flipped over during Labor Day weekend.
The Citizens Crime Commission has announced it is overseeing a $10,000 reward, posted by the Walsh Group for any information that would lead to the arrest and conviction of the individuals responsible.
Thursday weather looks damp and stormy. It will be mild and muggy to start with spotty showers early followed by afternoon and evening storms. Highs in the upper 70s with winds out of the SW 5-10 mph. Some of the storms will produce locally heavy rain and gusty winds.
This system is from the same cold front that caused the midwest tornadoes. It will also usher in cooler air for the holiday weekend.