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A memorial created to honor Denver’s fallen police officers has been vandalized yet again.

For the second time, red paint was smeared over the memorial at the city’s police headquarters, officials said.

A similar incident took place about a year ago.

"I really felt sick," Police Chief Robert White said.

“That memorial really represents the men and women who have given their lives serving this community. To deface it is just a dishonor to those individuals, as well as to the men and women of this department and this community as a whole," he continued.

 

 

Mayor Michael Hancock also released a statement, calling the defacing an “unconscionable” and “despicable act.”

“Chief White and the Police Department are working hard to determine who committed this crime and will hold them accountable,” he said.

See more on this story, via Fox 31.


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