No witnesses have come forward and police have no suspects in their investigation of the vandalism that is believed to have occurred at Rye High School on the night of Jan. 21, Police Commissioner William Connors said Wednesday.
The investigation remains open and the Rye police are working closely with Harrison police department, Connors said. He added that Rye police have also conferred with the district attorney’s office and sent the information countywide in case there have been any similar incidents. He has not heard of any similar incidents that have occurred recently in Westchester County.
On Tuesday, Jan. 22 a school employee called police around 7 a.m. when he arrived at work and found what appeared to be swastikas drawn onto three school-owned vehicles, several broken windows and a broken door.
In the police report of the incident, the officer reported that the school employee noted the rivalry between Harrison and Rye school districts. On Wednesday, Connors said there is no evidence that the incident is related to the rivalry.