An AT&T cell tower was vandalized during the morning of past Thursday. The tower, located in West Crawford Street, Denison, Texas, was being shared by AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile customers and by the 911 service. According to Denison police department from the ongoing investigation, the 250-foot tower was brought down by some vandals who cut down the side cables which were holding down the tower to the ground. AT&T said that the vandalization cost the company one million dollars worth of damage and will compensate more than $7,500 any valuable witness that leads to an arrest. As for now, the crew in charged of the reparation have put up a temporary tower but it will take them three months to add a permanent replacement for the tower, as reported by local news KXII.com.