Swastika, ‘666’ spray-painted on vehicles during Randolph vandalism spree

RANDOLPH, MASS. (WHDH) - Randolph police are investigating after 20 vehicles were vandalized with spray paint overnight, officials said.

Officers responding to a report of multiple vehicles spraypainted in the parking lot of the Liberty Place apartment complex about 6 a.m. Tuesday quickly learned that other vehicles had been vandalized on North Street, Vesey Road, Beverly Circle, and McDevitt Road, Randolph Police Chief William Pace said Tuesday in a statement.

As of Tuesday afternoon, police had received reports of about 20 damaged vehicles between North Main and North streets.

Among the vandalized vehicles was a car with “666” spray-painted on it and another marked with a swastika, Pace said.

Investigators believe the vehicles were randomly selected.

Anyone with information about the vandalism spree is urged to call Randolph police at 781-963-1212.