WAKE FOREST, N.C. (WNCN) – Wake Forest police are asking for help in finding who is responsible in a recent uptick in the egging of cars and houses.
Police said Monday the eggings have occurred over the last several days,
Cars and homes on Cornwell Drive, Kaplan Woods Way, Creek Moss Avenue, Gross Avenue, White Carriage Drive, Marshal Farm Street, and Burge Court have been targeted.
Wake Forest police said “egging is a childish crime with adult consequences.”
Egging property could break state law under certain circumstances and lead to an arrest, police said.
The Wake Forest Police Department relies on the town’s citizens to be the eyes and ears of the department. Anyone witnessing or experiencing suspicious activity is urged to call the police department at 919-554-6150. You may remain anonymous.