The New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston has been vandalized for the second time this summer time.
Police say somebody smashed a glass panel on the memorial on Monday. A suspect was taken into custody.
It is the second time the memorial has been broken up to now few months.
In June, police say James Isaac used a rock to shatter a roughly 9-foot-tall (three-meter-tall) glass panel on one of many memorial’s six fifty four-foot-excessive (sixteen-meter-excessive) towers. Isaac has pleaded not responsible to vandalism expenses.
The six glass towers are lit internally and etched with tens of millions of numbers that characterize tattoos on the arms of many Jews despatched to Nazi dying camps.
The repaired memorial was rededicated in July.
Democratic Mayor Marty Walsh says he is “saddened to see such a despicable motion.”