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November 01. 2013 2:00PM

NH fire crew rescues Rudolph and friends damaged by vandals

Lt. Marc Plante said the reindeer, which are from as far back as the 1960s, were in a number of pieces when they were first brought to Central Station. The reindeer with the most damage looked like it was hit multiple times with a two by four, Plante said, pointing to one of the deer being held together with tape and spray foam.

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