Last week, the Lebanon Police Department in New Hampshire turned to the public for help to identify a vandal or multiple vandals of local businesses during Memorial Day Weekend.

According to a post on the Lebanon NH Police Department Facebook page, sometime last Friday or Saturday in the early/overnight hours, two businesses right near the entrance of the Rail Trail were vandalized with bricks thrown through windows.

Unfortunately, neither business, Eastman Auto nor Phnom Penh Sandwich Shop, have any security cameras, so literally, nothing is known about the incidents other than they happened. Lebanon Police seem to believe this was the work of more than one vandal since in their post, they mention looking for information "about the identity of the suspects," which indicates more than one person could be responsible.

If you have any information on what happened at Eastman Auto and Phnom Penh Sandwich Shop, the Lebanon Police Department are asking you to reach out at 603-448-1212, or you can submit your information anonymously at 603-448-CLUE (2583) or on their anonymous tip website.

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