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Two arrested in relation to series of vandalism

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Two individuals have been arrested in relation to a series of vandalism and thefts at the University of Massachusetts, according to campus-wide email from the UMass Police Department on Wednesday.

A crime report about the incidents was initially sent to students via email on Tuesday. According to the report, the vandalisms occurred primarily in the North Academic area over at least the last 48 hours. Damage was found in Totman Gym, Goessmann Lab and Lederle Graduate Research Center.

As of Wednesday, the investigation is still considered ongoing. Anyone with additional information about the incidents is urged to contact UMPD.

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