The historic Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts, which signifies the arrival site of the Mayflower Pilgrims to the area 400 years ago, was defaced with red graffiti on Monday.
The iconic rock at Pilgrim Memorial State Park was found by officials covered in red spray paint and emblazoned with the letters “MOF” and the number “508.”
Park workers scrubbed the rock clean by noon. No arrests have been made as of late Monday.
Another site at the park, a seashell-shaped sign celebrating the upcoming 400th anniversary of the Mayflower landing, was also targeted with the red paint.
It’s unclear if the graffiti was linked to the anniversary celebration.
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