Contractor sought in Glenville business vandalism; Used skid steer to cause $13.5K in damage, police say (with photos)

Damage done Feb. 20 (Courtesy Brian Corrigan) and suspect Adam Sipe (Source: Glenville Police)

Damage done Feb. 20 (Courtesy Brian Corrigan) and suspect Adam Sipe (Source: Glenville Police)

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GLENVILLE – A Ballston Spa contractor is wanted by police in connection with an estimated $13,500 in damage done to a Glenville business last month via a skid steer, police said.

Adam Sipe, 36, of Ballston Spa, is wanted on a charge of second-degree criminal mischief, a felony, police said Thursday. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.

Sipe is wanted in connection with damage at Rocket Science, a video game development startup, on Saratoga Road.

Sipe is accused of using a skid steer equipped with pallet forks to cause the damage to the building at 446 Saratoga Road Feb. 20, police said.

Police were initially called there that afternoon for a report someone was vandalizing the building, police said.

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Police interviewed several witnesses and reviewed security camera footage, allowing them to identify Sipe as the suspect, police said.

Sipe owns and operates Sipe and Son Construction and he was the original contractor working on the project at 446 Saratoga Road, police said.

Rocket Science co-founder Brian Corrigan Thursday confirmed the damage and that they are working to rebuild. He declined to comment further.

The Gazette featured Corrigan and Rocket Science in our recent Outlook business section.

Anyone with information on Sipe’s location is asked to contact Glenville detectives at 518-688-2117.

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