SWANTON — Police are investigating two vandalism incidents in Swanton.
One report was taken at the paved section of the recreation path closest to the Robin Hood Drive intersection.
Police say there were racist, anti-Semitic symbols, and hate speech that had been scraped or carved into a mural painted on the surface of the path to cover up previous vandalism.
Swanton Village Police also received a vandalism case at the elementary school, which is in the same vicinity.
The Attorney General’s Office has been advised of the VSP’s incident.
Anyone with information is being asked to call State Police in St. Albans at 802-524-5993.