Police: Man says Bigfoot smashed motor home windows

Published On: Oct 22 2012 03:05:28 AM HST   Updated On: Oct 22 2012 03:15:09 AM HST


Police responding to a call of broken windows on a motor home in Dauphin County said they were told that Bigfoot may be to blame.

A Pennsylvania State police trooper checked out the vehicle damage along the 400 block of Division Street in Lykens Boro around noon on Thursday. The person making the complaint told the trooper that taillights and windows on his 1973 Dodge Winnebago had been smashed. The victim also had a suspect in mind.

"Prior to these incidents, the victim related that he saw a Bigfoot in the area of his motor home," a state police news release states. "The actor is described as very large, brown in color, and walks somewhat hunched over." 

Police said the man told them that after he saw the Bigfoot, he turned on an outside light on his motor home and upon doing so, the Bigfoot began throwing rocks at the light to prevent discovery.

Police say that the victim was unable to describe if the Bigfoot was hairy.


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