Vandals target government buildings in Waterbury

WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — State and city police are investigating a spree of vandalism to government and public buildings in Waterbury recently.

The buildings that have been damaged were the Waterbury Superior Court on Grand St on Monday night or early Tuesday morning, shattered windows at a firehouse on Willard St on Dec. 17, the Silas Bronson Library on Grand St on Dec. 27 and the office of Adult Probation on Scovill St on Dec 29. City police said they received reports of rocks being tossed through windows. The latest incident is the fourth city building in two weeks that has been vandalized.

Plywood boards have been used to cover the windows at the court house.

Police say they have not identified a suspect, nor have any arrests been made.

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