Last Thursday, at least two murals were tagged with anti-semitic and hateful messages, according to the NYPD.
So intent on cracking the case, police dispatched an undercover unit to Old Georgetown Road Thursday, where they caught the vandals red-handed.
Vandalism on Staten Island has turned up in the form of hateful messages on outdoor works of art.
Some drivers near Fort Tryon Park were subjected to an unwelcome surprise this week, after thieves vandalized and burglarized around 40 cars.
Police said the Plainview widower was on his way to synagogue when he spotted the vandalized homemade treasure toppled and trashed on his front lawn.
Police said cars were targeted in the vicinity of Quentin Road to Avenue S and East 17th Street to Bedford Avenue between midnight and 2 a.m. Sunday.
Residents in Hamilton Heights woke up to a disturbing sight Saturday morning.
A Brooklyn restaurant owner is saying enough is enough after he tried forgiving vandals who tagged his property.
The vehicles were vandalized in the parking lots of the Deer Park Library, Deer Park Bowl, and various supermarkets between early October and the beginning of November, police said.
Police Friday night were investigating the shocking desecration of the Statue of the Risen Christ at a church in the Rockaways.
Police late Monday were searching for vandals who defaced a 9/11 memorial in West Windsor, New Jersey — apparently only to express love for someone.
Surveillance video shows him returning a neighbor’s doormat after allegedly cutting it in half and then tossing liquid eggs on her door.
Elliot Baez, 58, has been charged with criminal mischief for allegedly defacing the memorial.
A teenage boy and girl have found themselves in big trouble, after they allegedly painted happy and sad faces and other silly designs on the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in Riverside Park.
It happened at houses along Green Meadow Boulevard and Four Winds Drive. Residents said this happens every year and they don’t know who did it.