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July 16, 2012 at 8:22 AM

Banks in Laurelhurst and Madison Park damaged today

A man walks into a Wells Fargo bank branch in Seattle’s Laurelhurst neighborhood Monday morning where a window has been boarded up. The branch was one of two hit overnight by vandals who threw rocks through 12 windows altogether, according to police. (Photo by Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)

Seattle police say that two Wells Fargo bank branches were vandalized this morning.

Vandals damaged a bank on Sandpoint Way Northeast, in the Laurelhurst neighborhood at 1:30 a.m., and another bank in on East Madison Street in Madison Park at 3 a.m. Vandals are believed to have used rocks to break windows; in total 12 windows were damaged, police said. KING5 reported that there was anarchist graffiti at one of the sites.

No arrests have been made. Police are asking anyone with information to dial 911.

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