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 March 13, 2007

Albany -- For the second time in less than a week, a daycare center was vandalized overnight.

When workers arrived at Children's Friend Learning Center on Brierwood Drive Tuesday morning, several windows were broken or shot out. The same thing happened last Thursday morning, the glass in the front doors was broken.

Director Tammy Williams says nothing has been taken from the business, but she doesn't understand why anyone would want to damage it.   "It's very strange, odd. Gives you a feeling of uneasiness, because you don't know who is behind it and why." 

Williams says they are taking extra security measures to prevent additional vandalism from occuring. Police have not made an arrest.

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