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Police: Lexington Cemetery Vandalized

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Updated: 6/21/2013 6:23 pm
A vandal overturned several gravestones at the Cove Haven Cemetery in Lexington, according to Lexington Police.

Investigators said the vandalism was first reported on Wednesday. They said parts of a tractor belonging to the cemetery were also stolen. Police said they don't have any leads of a suspect at this time.

On June 6th, vandals also struck a cemetery off Main Street in Richmond. More than 200 headstones were overturned, causing A $1,000 dollar reward is being offered for information in the case.

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