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The UCF Police Department is currently investigating a case of property damage against the Kappa Sigma fraternity house.

At about 2:30 a.m. on July 12, two males reportedly vandalized the property, according to a UCFPD incident report.

Kappa Sigma representative John Aletti told police he estimated the suspects caused $2,270 worth of damage, which includes a slashed bike tire, six slashed lawn chairs, two slashed kiddie pools, a slashed outside screen window, a stolen American flag, stolen Kappa Sigma letters and a basketball net cut from the rim. He also said the windshield wipers on all of the cars in the parking lot were in the up position.

On July 14, an officer was dispatched to the house, located at 4322 Greek Park Drive, when Aletti said he noticed the damage.

The offenses in question include committed grand theft of more than $300 but less than $5,000 and committed criminal mischief greater than or equal to $1,000, the report states.

Criminal mischief also occurred at the Alpha Tau Omega house, according to the report, where windshield wipers were also lifted. However, there was no police report filed for these offenses, therefore, UCFPD is not investigating the incident, said UCF spokesman Chad Binette in an email.

Aletti told police the fraternity plans to prosecute if the suspects are identified. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact the UCF Police Department at 407-823-5555.

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