St. Marys fire truck intentionally damaged: police
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Stratford police said a fire truck parked along the Thames River in St Marys on Aug. 6 was intentionally damaged.
The damage, which included a broken window and dents on the body of the truck, occurred while the St Marys fire department was conducting water rescue training.
Police said the truck was parked behind a car wash on Thomas Street and believe the damage occurred shortly after 11:00 a.m.
Officials said they believe the damage was caused by an unknown individual who threw rocks at the truck while it was parked and unattended.