Boston Police Investigate Vandalism Of Black Lives Matter Sign

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BOSTON (CBS) – Boston Police are looking to identify two people in connection with the vandalism of a Black Lives Matter art installation in Allston.

The incident happened at about 9:20 pm on Thursday in the area of 321 Lincoln Street.

A photo released by Boston Police shows the man who allegedly spray painted some of the yellow letters. He was with a woman at the time.

The mural is bolted to a MassDOT fence along the Mass Pike. A store owner across the street from the sign has surveillance video of the incident.

“He just came up with a black can of spray paint, just started filling in the word black,” the store owner told WBZ. “Someone in the neighborhood caught it right afterwards, the paint was still wet and they started cleaning it off.”

Police are looking for a man and woman in connection with the vandalism of a Black Lives Matter sign in Allston (Image credit BPD)

The store owner said this is not the first time the sign has been vandalized.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Boston Police.

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