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Police investigating another act of vandalism, this time at the Plymouth 9/11 Memorial



The Plymouth Police Department is investigating another act of vandalism.

The incident of vandalism at the Plymouth 9/11 Memorial occurred overnight in North Plymouth.

John Mahoney, who is a member of the Plymouth Selectboard and is currently running for State Senate, issued a statement condemning the damage.

“This act is disrespectful and hurtful to the victims, first responders, and families of that dreadful day. We all carry that day with us in our own way. I am heart broken. I commend our local police department for its quick response to reports of vandalism. They are working vigilantly to resolve the situation.”

About a week ago, Plymouth Rock and other historical monuments were vandalized with spray paint. A reward has been offered resulting in the capture of those responsible.

Anyone with any information regarding the recent vandalism should call the Plymouth Police Department.

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  1. Mark

    February 23, 2020 at 4:27 pm

    Let me tell you i live on the cape but if somehow i found out that some American a****** kid did this i will slap him and his parents

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