Well, there is a private entity on the field and the car apparently came in and went out of their gate. From what I found, there are no regs governing GA airport perimeter security. There are, however, “guidelines” set forth by TSA. This happened on Oct. 4th and the report was not available until Oct. 10th. (6 days). I was told that once the report was complete that an officer could go with me to our annex building and we could request a list of vehicles that had license plates with the three beginning numbers/letters the witness described. When I requested this , I was told that a detective was looking in the database to try to find matches and that they were taking care of it. I have personally been to all repair shops in my local area and gave them the info (half of the tag number, red car, front or rear glass busted, and hood or trunk damage). Don’t even ask about insurance, it is out of annual by about 8 months. We had dropped the insurance recently and planned on moving it back inside the hanger where our 152 presently is. That’s our fault. BTW FBI said they didn’t fool with general aviation. I live in a politically top heavy community and really don’t want to make a big stink about it until absolutely necessary. (we have a business) I have been a life long resident, but I have seen the repercussions of questioning local authority. If local law could find the perps, we are hoping that they have at least liability insurance and try to use it for our repairs. I really appreciate your replies. I will keep you posted.