Arrest in swastika vandal case

In this provided photo, a swastika is carved into the hood of a car on York Street in Cornwall, Ont. on Tuesday, May 7, 2019. A 36-year-old Cornwall man has been arrested and is facing 22 counts of mischief. (Supplied via Newswatch Group)

CORNWALL – Police have arrested a Cornwall man in connection to vandalism to numerous vehicles on Cornwall streets where swastikas were carved into the paint.

The Cornwall Police Service announced today (Tuesday) that 36-year-old Christopher Marshall was arrested on Monday and is facing 22 counts of mischief.

He will appear in court July 2.

Cars on Pitt Street, Fourth Street West, York Street and Augustus Street were targeted during the overnight hours last month and in April.