Omaha Police are not smiling at the destruction of the ‘Kool-Aid Man’ fence

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For decades, Kool-Aid commercials have featured a smiling, lively pitcher of the sugary drink bursting through a wall. Omaha police said on Wednesday that a Tik Tok stunt was using the ad campaign as inspiration to vandalize vinyl fences in the subway. Investigators released a security camera video showing what appeared to be teenagers barging through a vinyl fence. Local law enforcement, this has happened at least 15 times in western Omaha, as well as outside the city limits and in Sarpy County. Police also released an image of a vehicle associated with one of the cases. Omaha Crime Stoppers searches for information on anyone related to crimes. An anonymous tip that leads to an arrest may be worth a cash reward. You can call 402-444-STOP (7867) or leave a tip on the P3Tips mobile app.

For decades, Kool-Aid commercials have featured a smiling, lively pitcher of the sugary drink bursting through a wall.

Omaha police said on Wednesday that a Tik Tok stunt was using the ad campaign as inspiration to vandalize vinyl fences in the subway.

Investigators released a security camera video showing what appeared to be teenagers barging through a vinyl fence. Local law enforcement, this has happened at least 15 times in western Omaha, as well as outside the city limits and in Sarpy County.

Police also released an image of a vehicle associated with one of the cases.

Omaha Crime Stoppers searches for information on anyone related to crimes. Anonymous advice that leads to an arrest may be worth a cash reward.

You can call 402-444-STOP (7867) or leave a tip on the P3Tips mobile app.


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