Vandals strike historic cemetery in Lehigh Valley
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - January 12, 2013 (WPVI) -- Police in the Lehigh Valley are looking for the vandals who defaced a historic final resting place.
Vandals have toppled graves stones and tagged markers with graffiti at St. Michael's Cemetery in Bethlehem at least twice in the last three months.
The cemetery has overlooked the city since the mid-1800s.
Police believe the graffiti could be gang symbols. They are hoping someone can help them identify the suspects.
vandalism, pennsylvania, local/state
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