Middleborough Police Release Surveillance Video In High School Vandalism

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MIDDLEBOROUGH (WBZNewsRadio) - Middleborough Police Department has released video surveillance footage of two people they say were near the high school at the time it was vandalized last month.

The vandalism was discovered on March 27, and depicted hateful language and imagery, including a swastika.

“There is no place for the type of hate these individuals put on display at Middleborough High School, and we are committed to working with the school administration and our community partners to both investigate the crime that took place and address the messages themselves,” Chief Joseph Perkins said. 

In the video, the two people can be seen walking to and from the Middleborough High School around the same time investigators believe the school was vandalized. Police say the video was taken at 9:40 p.m. The time stamp on the video is off by one hour, according to police.

Middleborough Police believe these people may be suspects or witnesses in the vandalism incident. They're asking anyone with information about the incident or the two people in the video to call the department at 508-947-1212. 

The incident remains under active investigation and no charges have been filed at this time.

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