Middleborough Police investigating extensive vandalism at Middleborough High School

MIDDLEBOROUGH, Mass. — Police are looking for two suspects who left “extensive” vandalism at Middleboro High School overnight, including a spray-painted swastika.

Police Chief Joseph Perkins said officers were dispatched to the high school around 7:40 Sunday morning, for reports of hateful language and imagery, including a swastika to an exterior wall of the building.

“There is no place for the type of hate these individuals put on display at Middleborough High School, and we are committed to working with the school administration and our community partners to both investigate the crime that took place and address the messages themselves,” Chief Perkins said.

Middleborough school officials shared surveillance images that show two suspects believed to be involved with the incident.

Boston 25 has reached out to Middleboro High School for a statement regarding this investigation and still waiting to hear back.

Anyone with information is asked to call Middleboro Police.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.

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