INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - According to the Highway Loss Data Institute, Halloween has the highest number of claims for vandalized vehicles.
The average insurance company receives about 692 claims for vandalism, with each claim costing about $1,500 dollars per claim.
24-Hour News 8 took a look at vandalism numbers in Indianapolis on Halloween, and we found the numbers were relatively low.
In 2012, IMPD reported to 19 cases of vandalism on Halloween. In 2011, the complaints filed were seven, and in 2010 we found 22 police reports recorded.
Most areas around Indianapolis will celebrate Halloween on November 1, because of the severe weather on October 31.
IMPD is asking residents to be on the lookout for signs of possible vandalism.
"We always ask people to call police and report those things to us," said Kendale Adams, IMPD Officer.
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