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Maine State Police investigating offensive language, swastika painted on post office

May 30, 2024
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THORNDIKE — At least one vandal spray-painted offensive words and symbols, including a swastika, that were discovered Wednesday on the post office in Thorndike.

 

U.S. Postal Service officials, including Unity Postmaster Candace Raven, spent time Wednesday painting over the bright yellow graffiti on the white clapboard building on Mountain View Road. Raven declined to speak about the vandalism.

In addition to offensive language and the Nazi symbol, the words “Geeker Party,” “Ice Baby” and “TEHE” were painted on the building.

The Maine State Police took over the investigation Thursday, according to officials, and asked the public for help in tracking down anyone who had a role in the graffiti.

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