Middleboro Police Investigate High School Vandalism, Hateful Graffiti

Photo: Courtesy of the Middleboro Police Department

MIDDLEBORO , Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — The Middleboro Police Department released photos and a statement concerning vandalism at the town's high school on Saturday night.

Sunday morning, police said they arrived on scene to find that an exterior wall of Middleboro High School had been spray-painted and tagged with "hateful language and imagery," including a swastika.

“There is no place for the type of hate these individuals put on display at Middleboro 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,” Middleboro Chief of Police Joseph Perkins said.

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School officials shared surveillance images with police that showed two suspects that authorities said may be involved with the incident. Police asked that anyone with information related to the incident call the department at 508-947-1212.

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