PORTLAND, Ore. -- Vandals left a trail of destruction overnight Saturday at five different downtown businesses along Broadway and Northwest Glisan.
Harvey’s Comedy Club owner Barry Kolin told KGW this is the third time his windows got smashed.
“It’s not just one business or one building. It's running rampant in Old Town,” Kolin said.
Across the street from the comedy club, a Greyhound bus station window also got bashed in. One block down the street on Broadway, Bank of the West, Boxer Northeast Company and the Pendleton Home store also had gaping holes in their windows.
Kathy Tope was looking forward to a good laugh at Harvey's but there was nothing funny about seeing the damage done to her favorite hangout.
“I can’t believe someone vandalized it . . . it's such a fun place,” Tope, a visitor from Salem said. “You get idiots wherever you go. You're going to get idiots who have nothing better to do with their time besides destroying someone’s property. It's unfortunate."
Steve and Lory Caldwell live nearby.
“When you got sprees like this, just getting out of school and everything with kids around, it isn't good. It's not good for anybody,” Steve Caldwell said.
“It's scary, it's too bad and hopefully they'll find the people who did that,” Lory Caldwell added.
No arrests have been made.