The Laramie Police Department is asking for the public's help in cracking several recent egging and vandalism cases.

According to the call summary for Sunday, Nov. 19 through Saturday, Nov. 25, officers responded to a whopping 49 vandalism calls last week, only two less than the previous 10 weeks combined!

Laramie Police Department via Facebook
Laramie Police Department via Facebook

"Thanksgiving week had a low volume of activity and a low variety, but OH MY, the vandalism," the department said of the numbers.

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Police in a Facebook post at 2:03 p.m. Tuesday said, "We have had a surge in 'eggings' both to houses and vehicles, starting September 15th with a large uptick over the Thanksgiving holiday, as well as rocks thrown through vehicle windows last Monday, November 20th."

Police are encouraging anyone with information to call Crimestoppers at 307-742-CARE (2273).

"Information leading to an arrest may be rewarded with $500," the post reads.

Yesteryears of Historic Downtown Laramie Captured in Photos

Take a step into the past and discover the yesteryears of Laramie. Wyoming was one of the last states to join the Fifty Nifty, being number 44 in the Union. Laramie began its township journey in the 1860s, largely influenced by the construction of the Union Pacific Railroad and Fort Sanders.

Gallery Credit: Nicole Sherwood, Townsquare Media Laramie/Cheyenne