Police probe vandalism of church, businesses in Red Bank

Police are investigating after they say vandals struck two businesses and a church in Red Bank.Officials say two people were seen on surveillance cameras vandalizing

RED BANK - Police are investigating after they say vandals struck two businesses and a church in Red Bank.

Officials say two people were seen on surveillance cameras vandalizing with spray paint a jewelry store, hair salon and the Holy Trinity Church.

The owner of the jewelry store says that because of the sophisticated security system for his store, he captured every moment of the crime.

Officials say that because the buildings are made of brick, it is difficult and expensive to remove the graffiti. Anyone with information is asked to contact Red Bank police.

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