HOLLIS — The intersection of Route 117 and Plains Road was hit with anti-Semitic graffiti overnight.

A gas station building, the road itself and a Poland Spring bottling plant directional sign were defaced with swastikas, anti-Semitic phrases and vulgar drawings.

The York County Sheriff’s Office is investigating, according to Maj. William King. No arrests have been made. Several people reported the vandalism in the morning.

Poland Spring trucks continue to fill up at the gas station, which is otherwise closed, according to Mark Dubois, a natural resource manager for the bottled water company. Besides the sign, which was cleaned, the company did not have any property damage, he said.

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