The gravestones of veterans were toppled, smashed and scribbled on in an inexplicable act of vandalism in Massachusetts just ahead of Veterans Day.

Vandals also smashed figurines and snapped flags at the West Bridgewater cemetery over the weekend.

The destruction has broken the hearts of families who saw the gravestones of their loved ones toppled.

"They were very close to me. This just kills me," Jane Borus told MyFoxBoston. "They must have something better to do with their time than to do this. I don't understand it."

Some of the gravestones included Civil War veterans and others from the 18th and 19th centuries that are said to be irreplaceable.

It's not the first time the cemetery has been hit by vandals, but it's reportedly the first time war veterans were singled out.

Police are trying to track the suspects down.

A GoFundMe page was created to help cover the cost of repairs, as well as a security system for the cemetery.

Watch the "Fox & Friends First" report above.


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