The woman left her 2013 Honda Civic parked outside the Shell gas station on Main Street Thursday night while she worked her shift at the attached car wash, according to a Huron police report. When she took out the trash at about 10:50 p.m., her car was undamaged.
When she emerged from the business again 35 minutes later, the vehicle was hardly recognizable.
The front windshield and the rear and side windows had all been smashed, and the side mirror was snapped off. The taillights were also broken, the report said. An ice pick had also been wedged into a tire rim, and blood was spattered on various parts of the vehicle.
The woman told police she suspects her ex-boyfriend is to blame, as he’s currently facing charges for a similar incident, the report said. Officers collected samples of the blood for possible DNA testing, the report said.