FREDERICK COUNTY, Md. (WUSA9) — More than 30 cars were vandalized in Frederick, Md. Investigators are looking for three teens who may have been involved.

Authorities said it happened in the Ballenger Crossing community in the early hours of Friday morning. Deputies responded to a report of damaged cars along Corporate Drive and Ballenger Creek Pike.
When they arrived, they found more than 20 damaged vehicles.

A short time later, another 10 cars were discovered vandalized nearby, in the Ballenger Creek Meadows community.

Investigators believe the cases are related.

Deputies located evidence at the scenes that led them to a nearby Walmart. They said three teenage boys where caught on surveillance cameras at the store around the time of the incidents.

The teenagers are described as white males between 16-18 years old, 5’6” to 5’10” tall, thin builds, with brown hair. The teens arrived at Walmart in a newer model four-door passenger car that appears to be a blue or gray Kia Optima. The car has the new Maryland flag registration plate design.

If anyone has any knowledge of the identities of these individuals, or the pictured vehicle, you are asked to contact Deputy Nicholas Constantine at 301-600-3668 or the TIP line at 301-6004131