Residents say their mailboxes have been smashed, and this isn't the first time.
Ellis Griffin has replaced his mailbox twice. He plans on putting in a cement mailbox to make it more difficult for the assailants.
Residents in Leon County are also frustrated and just want the destruction to stop.
Griffin's not the only one in his neighborhood to see their mailboxes destroyed; they all agree something needs to be done.
"Same way I am feeling, frustrating, but I don't know if they want to get involved, but I intend to do be involved and I intend to solve the problem," said Griffin.
Griffin says he plans on putting video cameras around his yard, hoping to catch them the next time around.
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