A woman appears to be the victim of vandalism and hate speech in Rome.
On Wednesday, Rome Police responded to a criminal mischief complaint and found three vehicles had been spray painted on West Thomas Street.
While investigating they also found that a garage had been spray painted with hate speech on Howland Avenue before the cars.
The language was derogatory with racial slurs.
The woman’s home on West Dominick Street was also burglarized and badly damaged on the inside.
All incidents appear to target one woman and police are investigating a person of interest.
Police are asking anyone with surveillance to check their footage between 9 p.m. and 12 a.m. Wednesday night and contact their tip line at 315-339-7744 if they know anything.
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