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It is very unfortunate that this has happened to you.
Typically, it takes the police a couple of weeks to review the footage. That does not mean they will be able to determine the identity of the persons in the video though. Many other factors play into that such as a previous criminal record, clear view of the face, etc.
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Well, I know you probably don't want to hear this, but a vandalism case (depending on what part of Florida you are in) probably isn't very high on the police department's priority list when compared to the other crimes they also have to deal with.
You will need to stay on top of them so it doesn't fall on the back-burner.
Yes. It should take a couple (2) weeks just about then.
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They would watch it relatively quickly, but they would also need to investigate to see if they could match the identity of the person(s) in the video to anyone in their database.