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N.H. man accused of swastika graffiti turns himself in

Jamal Gray, 19, of Manchester, N.H., has turned himself in, police said.Manchester, N.H., police

A man wanted by police in Manchester, N.H., in connection with graffiti vandalism, including two swastikas, turned himself into police on Friday, authorities said.

Jamal Gray, 19, of Manchester, is allegedly linked to five incidents of vandalism between Oct. 26 and 28, police said in a statement.

The swastikas were found on a car and a on the floor of a gazebo in a public park, police said. Other incidents included lines painted on cars and obscenities painted on a front door, according to the statement.

Gray turned himself into police headquarters the day after authorities published Gray’s photo and requested the public’s help in finding him.


The date of Gray’s arraignment was not available, police said.

Lucas Phillips can be reached at lucas.phillips@globe.com.