Lawrence police are investigating an act of vandalism targeting members of a Kansas University fraternity.
Members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon said that between 4:45 a.m. and 7 a.m. Sunday, someone slashed tires on nearly 25 vehicles parked in the fraternity’s parking lot at 1301 West Campus Road.
“This is a deliberate attack toward our organization, and we’re just trying to get past it,” fraternity President Shane Glenn said.
Glenn said some of the vehicles had multiple tires slashed; at least 33 tires were damaged.
The vandalism has the fraternity considering increasing security measures and possibly adding video cameras or extra lighting.
Lawrence police officers are still searching for suspects in the case.
“Obviously there’s a lot of people who’d like them to get caught,” KU sophomore and Sigma Alpha Epsilon member Jonathan Nehring said. “We do want justice to be served on who did this.”