By Steve Beck

PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — Police are investigating after numerous homes and cars were vandalized in a South Jersey town overnight.

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The vandalism happened along Pardee Boulevard, Bluebird Street, Bobwhite Boulevard, Evergreen Avenue, Pemberton Boulevard and Bobolink Boulevard.

Investigators say a total of 21 homes and cars were vandalized.

Police said the vandals spray-painted obscene words and obscene images on the homes and cars.

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The Pemberton Township Police Department says none of the graffiti was biased in nature and the damage appears to be random without targeting a specific person or property.

So far, no arrests have been made.

It was not immediately known if the vandalism was related to “Mischief Night,” which was Thursday night.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Pemberton Township Police Department at 609-894-3352.

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