HANSON, Mass. - Hanson Police are investigating two incidents of vandalism across town.
On June 14, Hanson Police received reports of several broken windows at Indian Head School.
Police reviewed school surveillance footage and say around 3 p.m. that day, a white Chevy sedan was seen pulling into the school's parking lot and then leaving a short time later.
A school employee found the broken windows soon after. Police are now looking to speak with the driver of the vehicle.
$5,000 in damage after several windows were vandalized at Indian Head School in #Hanson Police say they have surveillance video of a person exiting a white Chevy sedan in broad daylight allegedly using concrete to smash the glass @boston25 pic.twitter.com/Ox4iLh8tRZ— Julie Leonardi (@JulieLeonardiTV) June 18, 2019
On Tuesday evening, police were called to another vandalism, this time at the Hanson Town Hall. There, two windows were found broken, possibly with a bat or golf club.
"It's upsetting. We take pride in the community and we want to find out who did this and why," said police chief Michael Miksch.
Photos of the broken windows outside #Hanson Town Hall while investigators were at the scene, we spoke with the maintenance manager who discovered the vandalism this evening @boston25 pic.twitter.com/c0mh2O3x1z— Julie Leonardi (@JulieLeonardiTV) June 18, 2019
Both incidents are under investigation. It's unclear if the two are connected.
Anyone with information should call police at 781-293-4625.
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