MTA Offers Reward For Information About Smashed Subway Train Car Windows in New York
More than $12,000 as a reward for information leading to the arrest of the people or person who've been smashing train car windows. Since May. There have been more than 70 incidents in the subway. The agency estimates replacing the windows has cost more than $300,000 and the broken windows have delayed trains, especially on the seven line. Mth chief safety officer Pat Warren calls it in an infuriating problem and waste of resource is because this is your money. This is your time on the strange and the inconvenience is cost to you. The empty says it will sue whoever has found responsible for smashing the windows to get them to pay for the losses. Today.