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North Tewksbury Resident Asks Neighbors For Help Identifying Vandal

Jul 12, 2018 05:14PM ● By Bill Gilman

Tewksbury Police Headquarters.

Atty. Paul King

 George Brooks, owner of Green Hollow Orchard on Ward Street in North Tewksbury, is asking residents in the area for information regarding a person who allegedly damaged his central air conditioning system last week.
According to a posting on Brooks' Facebook page, he and his wife were attending a funeral and came home to find the AC disabled. According to Brooks, it's clear that the damage done could not have happened on its own and was the result of intentional vandalism.
The complete text of the posting is below:

Anyone see a person around our house Saturday 7/7 between 10 a.m. till 2:30 p.m. or any suspicious activity?

Finally have our central air running there was nothing wrong with it. Had been sabotaged while we were at a funeral what they did would take less than 5 minutes.

Once an electrical shop recommended checking something only took 5 or 10 minutes to fix no parts needed. Repair company has been absolutely exonerated. They had never been here before & it wasn't working when they arrived.

 I watched them make the fix it could not have happened on it's own. The person who did this would have had some A/C or Electrical experience.

Nothing was broken into or damaged but I would make sure that everyone is vigilant in case this was random but seems like we were targeted. We will be having someone stay here when we go to a public event in the future.

Brooks has asked that anyone with information regarding the vandalism contact him through his Facebook Page or call Tewksbury Police at 978-851-7373..

Al Fresca Ristorante


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