Nine windows were broken at Resource Center Dallas on Thursday, May 30. All of them were along the back wall of the main building facing the alley.
The windows were broken with rocks. No one entered the building and nothing was missing. Computer equipment sits behind some of the windows but nothing was damaged.
In March, four windows were broken by vandals.
“The number is surprising,” RCD spokesman Rafael McDonnell said. “More than we’ve seen previously.”
He said repairing the windows will cost about $300 and the center is looking into buying security cameras.
“Money used for this is money that can’t be used for something else,” he said.
He asked people in the neighborhood who see something suspicious going on in the alley, especially after hours, to call the police.
Dallas police LGBT liaison Laura Martin said there are no suspects and no evidence the vandalism is a hate crime but that motive has not been ruled out.