MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A man considered a suspect in connection with spray-painted swastikas found at a New Hampshire park gazebo and on a car has turned himself in to police.
Manchester police had issued a warrant for 19-year-old Jamal Gray, of Manchester. They said Gray turned himself in to police headquarters on Friday afternoon. It wasn’t immediately known if he had a lawyer.
Police said the swastikas were found late last month. There also were other reports of graffiti spray-painted on a door and other vehicles.
Police said at Wagner Park, trash cans were overturned and random lines of spray paint were in several areas, including a painted swastika on the floor of the gazebo.
The symbol was washed away. On Veterans Day, community members held a candlelight vigil at the park.
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