Police are seeking two young males seen on surveillance video vandalizing the Broadway MBTA station last week.
The three people caught on video trashing a Cape Cod home have been charged with malicious destruction of property.
Vandals caused at least $30,000 in damage to a building owned by the Islamic Society of Greater Manchester. Police have implicated an 11 and 13-year-old in the crime.
Surveillance video captured vandals, two young men and a young woman, in a 45 minute rampage.
The incident occurred at the Hultman Aqueduct, which is one of the two lines that carry drinking water to the Greater Boston area.
Prosecutors say six men forced their way into a Gerald Road building punched holes in the walls, urinated throughout the apartment, threw eggs and milk and damaged tables and speakers.
Police are searching for the vandals who slashed the tires on 16 cars at an elderly housing complex in Shrewsbury Monday night.
An entire neighborhood appears to have been victimized by vandals, after dozens of residents woke up on Saturday to find their cars’ tires slashed.
Mayor Menino says he is furious over reports of cars being vandalized in city neighborhoods after the cars parked in spots that someone else had shoveled out and attempted to reserve with a space saver.
Several people had their tires slashed for moving parking space savers after the blizzard in Boston.