A vandal did an estimated $3 million in damage on Sunday at injection molder Hoosier Pride Plastics Inc. in Fort Wayne, Ind. According to this report from The Journal Gazette in Fort Wayne, someone entered the plant and "cut wires, destroyed circuit boards and sliced and drained hydraulic lines" from the company's injection molding presses. The story quotes a police sergeant who said there was no sign of forced entry. The $3 million estimate includes the damage to the machinery and lost production time.
Vandal does $3 million in damage at Ind. molder
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