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Multiple homes vandalized on Kennedy compound in Hyannisport – Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts 2021-11-26 22:45:18 –


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Two of the three homes that reported broken windows on Wednesday morning belong to the Kennedy family’s famous Cape Cod complex.

Barnstable police officers will walk to Kennedy Compound on Marchant Avenue in Hyannis Port in 2019. CRAIG F. WALKER / GLOBE STAFF

Barnstable police responded to reports of vandalism on three homes on Marchant Avenue in Hyannis Port and two cars on Island Avenue on Wednesday morning. Boston Globe..

The two houses on Merchant Avenue belong to the Kennedy family. According to media reports, the two vehicles are parked in a house across the street and are believed to have nothing to do with the Kennedy family.

According to the report, 28 Merchant Avenue’s home was owned by former US Senator Robert F. Kennedy, and 50 Merchant Avenue’s home was owned by Joseph P. Kennedy. Gloves..

Police answered a phone call reporting the vandalism around 9 am Wednesday morning.

Chris Kennedy, the son of Senator Robert F. Kennedy, who lives about 1.6 kilometers (1 mile) from the site, also broke some windows in his house.

“No one likes to be attacked that way. The threat is a reality for us,” said Chris Kennedy. Told WDHD.. “But the police are doing the investigation very well and I’m sure anyone who did it will be brought to justice.”

According to media reports, the three-house Kennedy compound on about six acres in Hyannis Port has been in the family for about 100 years.

Police say the vandalism is under investigation. According to WHDH, no arrests have been made and the motive remains unknown.



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