Anti-Semitic graffiti found at Fairfield library

Fairfield police are looking into who is responsible for spray painting graffiti at a library.The messages were found at the Fairfield Woods Branch Library on

FAIRFIELD - Fairfield police are looking into who is responsible for spray painting graffiti at a library.

The messages were found at the Fairfield Woods Branch Library on Fairfield Woods Road on Friday and again yesterday.

Police say some of the graffiti was anti-Semitic in nature and that they are taking the crime very seriously.

They say they will be keeping an eye out and anyone caught at the library after hours will be arrested for trespassing.

All of the graffiti has since been cleaned up.

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