20 Vehicles Damaged By Graffiti in Randolph

Randolph Police are investigating several reports of vandalism to motor vehicles where about 20 cars were spray painted on Monday night, June 19. (Photo courtesy Randolph Police)

RANDOLPH, MA (WBZ-AM) -- Police in Randolph say spray paint and keys were used to damage at least 20 vehicles in the area between North Main and Main Streets.

The majority of those vehicles were tagged with spray paint - but police say at least two of the vehicles had been keyed. 

One of the vehicles had "6-6-6" painted on it -- another, a swastika. Several of the vandalized vehicles were found in the Liberty Place complex parking lot. 

Other vehicles were found on Beverly Circle, McDevitt Road, Vesey Road and North Street.

Police ask anyone who discovers vandalism to contact police right away -- and they also want to hear from anyone if you know who's behind this or may have seen any suspicious activity in the area Monday night. You are asked to call the Randolph Police Department at 781-963-1212.

Nichole Davis, WBZ NewsRadio 1030 reports.

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