Pellet gun vandalism on the rise in Aurora

AURORA, Colo. -- Vandalism with pellet guns is on the rise in Aurora and now police consider the crime a felony.

Michelle Jones said her son Cody was shocked to walk to their driveway before work only to discover his vehicle riddled with holes and the window blown out.

The Aurora Police Department said this is the latest in a string of pellet gun vandalism incidents.

Police said there are more than 30 reports of this type of vandalism.

State guidelines say any suspects caught and convicted could face between one year and 18 months of jail time, a fine or both.

Police do not have any suspects but are asking anyone with information to come forward. shows the number of crimes committed by the type and the date.