Brattleboro police investigate string of vandalism incidents

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BRATTLEBORO — Brattleboro Police Department is currently investigating a series of vandalism cases, including the appearance of hate symbols on public properties.

The first incident was reported on Dec. 23 when a swastika was discovered spray-painted on a mural in the Harmony Lot and on another location on Estey Street.

Following this, on Jan. 5, police received another report of similar vandalism at the gazebo on Elliot Street.

As of Saturday, Jan. 6, no suspects have been apprehended in connection with the vandalism.

Lieutenant Petlock of the Brattleboro Police Department is leading the ongoing investigation into these incidents, which have raised concerns in the community.

Authorities are calling for anyone with information regarding the vandalism to come forward and assist in the investigation.

Tips can be directed to Officer Ryder Carbone at 802-257-7950.

The Brattleboro Police Department emphasizes the seriousness of these incidents and the importance of community assistance in identifying those responsible.

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