Scarborough police probe home vandalism

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SCARBOROUGH — A house on Jameco Mill Road was vandalized Sunday night, April 3, by people who spray-painted expletives on the garage door and mailbox and a large swastika on the driveway.

Scarborough police responded to a 9:35 p.m. call from a resident of the home. They found a large swastika spray-painted in red on the driveway, the word “loser” appeared in white paint, and a handful of other expletives in red paint.

On Friday, April 1, a neighbor spotted three male teenagers get out of a silver sedan and throw eggs at the same house, detective Sgt. Rick Rouse said Monday morning.

Also Sunday evening, a resident of Coulthard Farms Road reported eggs were thrown at their home. It is not clear whether the incidents were connected, Rouse said.

No suspects have been identified, Rouse said.

Scarborough doesn’t have many instances of graffiti, he added. When it does happen, he said, those instances are typically innocuous and “nothing like this.”
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