Who Vandalized Portsmouth, NH, Police Memorial to Fallen Trooper?
Portsmouth Police are looking for whoever vandalized the NH State Trooper Jesse Sherrill Memorial on Monday afternoon.
Police released an image of the minivan the person believed to be responsible for the vandalism drove to the Sherburne Road overpass around 2 p.m..
The person appears to be a male with a ponytail and a denim jacket with a black patch on it.
Police did not disclose the nature of the vandalism.
Trooper SSgt. Jesse Sherrill was struck and killed just after midnight on Oct. 28 near Exit 3 in Greenland by a truck while working a detail as crews installed rumble strips on the shoulder of the northbound lanes.
Sherrill grew up in Barrington and worked at State Police Troop A, based in Epping.
Anyone with information about the vandalism can call Portsmouth Police at 603- 610-7625, anonymously to Seacoast Crime Stoppers at 603-431-1199, or by going online to seacoastcrimestoppers.com/submit-tip.