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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Fort Smith police arrest two in mosque vandalism

Posted By on Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 11:22 AM

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Fox 24 reports the arrest of two men — Craig Wigginton, 19, and Abraham Davis, 20 — for vandalizing a Fort Smith mosque in October.

A police release said three men were seen on security cameras leaving the scene in a minivan. Some of the film was posted online and it included this screenshot.

The vandals spray-painted a sign, door, windows and garage.
click to enlarge Wigginton (left) and Davis. - SHERIFF'S OFFICE VIA KTHV
  • Sheriff's office via KTHV
  • Wigginton (left) and Davis.

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