Police investigating graffiti at Gates Pond


Police investigating graffiti at Gates Pond
Photos shared by the Berlin Police Department show graffiti on Hudson town land at Gates Pond. (Photo/via Berlin Police Department)

HUDSON – Graffiti in Hudson’s Gates Pond town forest has prompted a police investigation that remained ongoing as of Saturday afternoon.

Taking to social media, the Berlin Police Department on Saturday asked for the public’s help in identifying individuals involved in this vandalism incident.

Gates Pond, which is located within Berlin’s town borders, is part of Hudson’s municipal water supply. The town owns an additional portion of land in the area, which includes the majority of a loop trail that encircles the reservoir.

Berlin police shared photos with their message on Saturday showing various graffiti symbols on rocks in the area.

Graffiti was also seen on at least one of multiple brick structures that sit near the edge of the reservoir.

Those with information are advised to contact Detective Kevin Trongone by calling (978) 391-5983.


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