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    Marblehead police investigating ‘unnerving’ crimes

    For some reason, someone is targeting a Marblehead home — and police in the historic North Shore town want to find out who it is.

    The department posted home surveillance video of the second incident on Aug. 2 when a man stops outside the home, appears to grab a brick from the sidewalk and then heaves it toward the second floor — before running away.

    Police wrote that the same home was attacked on July 30. They did not provide a specific address but said the home is in the area of Green, Mugford, and Elm steets.

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    “These are felony crimes because of the damage to property, but even more, they are unnerving to the residents, especially when it wakes them from a sound sleep,’’ police wrote.

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    The first incident took place around 2:45 a.m., and the July 30 incident occurred around midnight, police wrote.

    “If you were out and about on those dates and times and saw/heard anything that can help, please contact Marblehead Police Detectives at 781-631-1212,” police wrote.

    John R. Ellement can be reached at ellement@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @JREbosglobe.