File a police report. If insured file an insurance claim. If those don't work you can consider a small claims case. What ever you decide to do, do not try to get justice yourself either use the court system or let it go. There is only trouble to be gained by trying to get revenge.
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File a police report and an insurance claim, but not before you change that tire.
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Mr. Hardin is correct. file the police report. If your deductible is not an obstacle, file and insurance claim.
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