CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Police are investigating an act of vandalism at a sex-offender counseling center in New Hampshire that neighbors have criticized and city officials are trying to evict.
Officials say somebody threw bricks through a plate-glass door and a window Friday night or early Saturday at RTT Associates in Concord.
RTT Associates is located in a largely residential neighborhood and provides counseling to sex offenders, substance-abuse patients and others. It’s come under criticism after a man who was receiving counseling there allegedly sexually assaulted a girl in a nearby home in May.
The city has ordered RTT to leave the building, calling it ‘‘a hazard to the health, safety and general welfare of the public.’’ RTT appealed that order Friday.