• Brandon police deal with vandalism
    October 04,2012
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    BRANDON — Two incidents of vandalism in town have police looking for the perpetrators.

    On Monday, police were called to a building under construction at the former Brandon Training School off Route 7 north of the village. An unknown number of people entered the building on bicycles and shattered approximately $600 worth of interior windows.

    The next day, police were notified of a vandalized car on Union Street, where someone smashed the windshield and driver’s-side window with a railroad tie.

    Anyone with information on either incident is asked to call Brandon Police at 247-0222.
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