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Apr 27, 2016 10:02 AM

Gilford police investigating vandalism costing thousands of dollars in damages

GILFORD — Police are looking for the culprits who are responsible for vandalizing multiple properties in Gilford over the weekend costing property and homeowners thousands of dollars.

According to the Laconia Daily Sun, police said that at least eight of the strikes were reported to have begun as early as 7 a.m., while police discovered more and more as the day went on. Police said they first noticed the vandalism themselves when Detective Sgt. Eric Bredbury was responding early Sunday morning to assist the police with a search for a missing man in the area of Cherry Valley Road.

Police also said that multiple mailboxes were either spray painted or ran over by a vehicle, windows were shattered on heavy equipment owned by Busby Construction on Potter Hill Road, as well as serious damage done near Ellacoya State Park.

As the investigation continues, anyone with information is asked to call the Gilford Police Department at 527-4737.

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