Newton police increase patrols at Norumbega Park after vandalism, fires

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NEWTON — Following a series of vandalism and fires at Norumbega Park, Newton Police Department has announced an upsurge in patrols during evening and overnight hours to ensure community safety.

A neighbor’s photograph of the park circulated on a community alert, revealing the affected area.

The Newton Police Department urges residents and park-goers to stay vigilant and report any unusual activity they witness.

Authorities are calling on those living near Norumbega Park or who frequently visit to play a crucial role in preventing further incidents.

The department’s message, “If you see something, say something,” emphasizes the importance of community involvement in these efforts.

The Newton Police Department has provided contact numbers for reporting.

Residents can reach out directly to the police at 617-796-2100 for immediate concerns or share information that could help identify the perpetrators or prevent future occurrences.

The increased police presence aims to deter potential vandals and ensure the park remains a safe environment for all visitors.

The Newton Police Department has not released details on the extent of the damage or the nature of the fires but is actively investigating the incidents.

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