Suspect sought after anti-police graffiti found in Bay Shore

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Police are searching for the vandal behind anti-police graffiti found in Bay Shore.

Suffolk Police say they are investigating several incidents at locations throughout Bay Shore.

News 12 Long Island was at one location at a medical center on Union Boulevard where graffiti read “Cops BLM.”

There were also photos of other graffiti found at an apartment building on Main Street.

As News 12 has reported, last July it was reported that Black Lives Matter graffiti was spray painted outside the Bay Shore Fire Department.

Police are investigating the incidents.

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