FLEMINGTON, NJ - Flemington Borough Police have released photos of the woman who allegedly painted a blue line in the road in front of the police department Monday morning.
According to a post on the police department's Facebook page, the thin blue line was repainted on Main Street in front of headquarters.
A blue line had been painted in 2016 for several blocks in that area of town as a tribute to the town's police officers.
On June 6, Mayor Betsy Driver had that painted over, noting that she had received dozens of texts, emails and phone calls asking her to consider having it removed. She said the decision came largely in response to growing support for the Black Lives Matter movement in the wake of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis at the end of May.
According to Flemington police, the victim in this case, Flemington Borough, turned over photos of the suspect to the Flemington Police Department to aid in the investigation of the vandalism case.
Anyone wishing to provide information on the case should call the Flemington Police Department at 908-782-3434.