SOUTH PORTLAND — A city woman was charged with aggravated criminal mischief for vandalism to the 100 Waterman Drive office building over the weekend.

Emily Holmes, 27, was arrested after officers found windows smashed and paint damage to the vacant building, according to Lt. Todd Bernard. He said the cost of the damage was estimated at $10,000 to $15,000.

Eight windows and a door were damaged Saturday, according to Andrew Ingalls, a broker with CBRE/The Boulos Company. He said the glass had holes and cracks in it, as though it had been struck by a hammer.

Ingalls said police found the suspect after finding a prescription container wth a name and address outside the building.

The replacement windows should be installed by Wednesday, he said.