Vandals break windows at Seattle bank, leave note

The Associated PressMay 2, 2011 

SEATTLE - Vandals broke out windows early Monday at a bank in Seattle's University District.

Police say a neighbor reported seeing four or five people breaking windows about 4 a.m. and driving off.

Police found a note nearby. Spokeswoman Renee Witt says investigators are not disclosing what the note says. She says police don't know if this vandalism is related to the April 21 vandalism that broke windows at a bank in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.

In that case, a police spokesman said investigators were looking at a posting on the pugetsoundanarchists website that said the bank was attacked as a symbol of capitalism.

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