BRUNSWICK — Windows were broken for the second time in three weeks at Curtis Memorial Library.
Library administrators said Monday, April 25, that cleaning staff arrived that morning and found two broken windows on the building’s west side, which is close to Union Street. Police arrived just before 7 a.m.
According to a police report, the damage suggested rocks may have been thrown at the windows. Curtis Memorial had similar damage the morning of April 8, when windows on the same side of the building were smashed.
No items were reported stolen in either event. Each window costs about $500 to replace, library staff said Monday.
Earlier that morning, police issued summonses to two men for allegedly vandalizing a sign near Morning Glory Natural Foods on Maine Street. Police could not confirm a connection between the two cases.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brunswick Police Department at 725–5521.