KKK Spray painted on 8-cars in Murfreesboro and two cars set on fire

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A possibly racially motivated vandalism was reported in Murfreesboro. The vandalism occurred at Robinson's Towing and Repair in Murfreesboro. Eight cars had KKK spray painted on them. Two cars were even set on fire.

Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department Fire Marshals are investigating the fire as a probable arson case at the towing company. The crime was reported early Monday morning just after midnight. When the first fire companies arrived, they found two cars that were on fire inside the fenced lot at 625 W. Main Street. The fire department stated that the fence had been cut.

While extinguishing the fires, firefighters found the additional cars had been spray painted with various graffiti and phrases like "KKK." A total of eight vehicles were vandalized.

The investigators are working with the Murfreesboro Police Department and have collected several items as evidence, which includes a gas can, a note, and several other items.

Anyone with knowledge of the crime is encouraged to call Crimestoppers at 615-893-STOP. Callers may remain anonymous and earn up to $1000 for information that leads to a conviction

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