Vandals "tagged" Alvirne High School with spray paint overnight Tuesday, police said.
The vandalism was discovered at about 6:30 a.m. Wednesday, police said. Police believe three different persons spray-painted graffiti both inside and outside the school, though there was no sign of forced entry into the building, police said. The vandals used various colors, profanities and the tag "SALO," police said.
Police believe the vandalism took place overnight, and anyone with information on the incident is urged to call Hudson police at 886-6011.
NASHUA Police: Woman broke into homes, stole drugs
A city woman is charged with breaking into three different houses to steal prescription drugs, police said. Lisa Grochmal, 45, of 15 Circlefield Drive, was arrested Tuesday evening on a warrant charging her with three different burglaries. Police identified Grochmal as a suspect after a June 19 burglary on Waterview Trail, Detective Lt. George McCarthy said.
She was then charged with a 2007 burglary on Fernwood Drive and a 2008 burglary on Shadycrest Lane.
Grochmal did yard work for all three homeowners, McCarthy said, and in each case, she is accused of stealing prescription drugs.
Grochmal was released on bail after her arrest, pending arraignment Sept. 8 in Nashua District Court.
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This article appears in the August 1 2008 issue of New Hampshire Business Review