Swastikas, obscenities painted on homes, cars
MIDDLEBOROUGH, Mass. —Police in Middleborough are investigating after swastikas and obscenities were spray-painted on at least four homes and nine cars in one neighborhood over the weekend.
The vandalism was discovered Saturday morning by an officer on patrol.
Lt. Robert D. Ferreira Jr. said the graffiti appears to be random and not aimed at specific people or families, and it does not appear as if the swastikas were aimed at Jewish families.
There was no word on any suspects or arrests.
Sharon Sherman tells The Enterprise her home and car were vandalized. She attributed the graffiti to kids “just being stupid.”
Most of residents hit cleaned up the graffiti on their own.