PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Officials are investigating after the police memorial on Pittsburgh’s North Shore was vandalized.
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On Wednesday, the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial was spray-painted with what appears to be the word “deceit,” spelled incorrectly, in white paint on the base of the monument.
The rest of the statue seemed to be untouched.
Pittsburgh Public Works crews moved in Thursday morning to start removing the paint.READ MORE: SportsLine Week 13 AFC West Picks: 'Denver Designed Well To Stop What Kansas City Does,' Says Larry Hartstein
Earlier this week, Pittsburgh Department of Public Works crews had to remove red paint from the World War I Memorial in Lawrenceville.
Police are not saying if the vandalism cases are connected.
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