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Police: South Sound Vandalism May Be Anarchists

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(CBS Seattle) —  Two banks in Tacoma and a warehouse in Fife were vandalized and police believe anarchists could be the culprits, according to KIRO TV.

An ATM at a downtown Tacoma Bank of America had the words, “Bank of corruption” spray painted on it and the card reader slot was glued shut.

The branch near South 9th and A streets was spray painted with anarchist symbols, KIRO reported.

An ATM at the Bank of America branch at 2nd and Meeker streets in downtown Puyallup sustained identical damage.

According to KIRO, Police found similar graffiti along with tens of thousands of dollars in damage inside a warehouse under construction in the 4600 block of 70th Street in Fife.

The vandals spray-painted slogans on windows and heavy equipment and dumped large cans of paint and broke equipment.

Read more and watch the video at kirotv.com.

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