DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Vandals made their mark at a downtown Dayton car dealership over the weekend.
It happened at White Allen Honda on North Main Street.
Police arrived after someone driving past the dealership told employees he noticed a handful of cars damaged.
Officers found seven cars with scratches across the hood.
Dealership owners say it is going to cost about $3,000 a scratch to repair.
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