What may first appear as a teenager's prank, could wind-up costing big bucks in repairs in one Wiregrass city.
Over the last week, Geneva police have responded to numerous cases of egging.
Homes, businesses and vehicles have been hit with eggs. In some cases, the yolk has caused permanent paint damage.
Authorities say the egging appears to be associated with last Friday’s homecoming at the high school. But, they're also concerned with Halloween just three weeks away.
If you have any information on who may be responsible for the incidents, contact the Geneva Police Department at 684-2777.
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