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San Tan Valley community bands together against car vandals

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SAN TAN VALLEY, Ariz. -

A neighborhood is under siege from vandals. Cars are damaged, some of them burned, and others have been graffitied with vulgar images.

The Castlegate Community near Ocotillo and Schnepf Roads has seen more than its fair share of break-ins and vandalism recently.

Residents say they've called the Pinal County Sheriff's Office more than a dozen times in the past few days, and no one's been caught. They told us they'd like to see PCSO do more to catch the crooks.

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