Vandals Target Three Triangle Military Recruitment Offices
Posted March 22, 2006
DURHAM, N.C. — Police in two Triangle cities are looking for vandals who trashed military recruitment offices.
Durham police said they found red paint on the sidewalk and doors at the Armed Forces Recruiting Center at 3400 Westgate Drive and the Army National Guard Recruiting Center at 3415 Hillsborough St. The words, "No War" were also painted on the doors.
Police reported a similar incident at the Military Recruiting Center on Calvary Drive in Raleigh, where there was a broken window and black and red spray paint on the sidewalk.
Despite the vandalism, all three of the recruitment offices were open Wednesday.