Castleton street signs vandalized
CASTLETON — Street signs on four town roads were victims of recent acts of vandalism that cost the town more than $500 in damages.
Signs on Main and Mechanic streets and on North and South roads were replaced after they were stolen or vandalized beyond repair.
The new signs have been installed with anti-vandalism clamps to deter people from taking them.
Anyone who sees any suspicious behavior near the signs is asked to contact the town’s police department at 468-5319.MORE IN Local & StateAlthough the sky started to cloud up around 2 p.m. Full StoryA look at the week back and the week ahead. Full Story
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