Vandals spray-paint buses in Auburn
Recent vandalism of 16 Goffstown Truck Center school buses and their facility in Auburn. On Friday night, the school buses, which serve Hooksett, Auburn and Candia, and the terminal were spray-painted by some vandals
"We feel like it might flush someone out, maybe it will get someone to report whoever did it. We don't want them coming back and hitting us again, that is our concern," said terminal manager Gregg Stinson.
Along with spray-painting 14 of the 30 school buses located at the terminal, the vandals also spray-painted the nearby landlord's building.
"It is obviously disappointing that whoever chose to do this did so, because it's destructive, and there is a cost associated with rectifying the situation," said terminal center spokesman Doug Coupe.
"We're disappointed that this occurred in this neighborhood after being here for 10 years, we hope the responsible parties will be caught. We just don't want them coming back again," Stinson said.
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