BETHEL PARK, Pa. — Support from the community continues to pour in after someone vandalized a South Hills cemetery.
A local organization donated flowers to the Bethel Park Cemetery as a small gesture to help fix the damage.
Channel 11 reported last week when someone targeted veterans' graves.
Flags were pulled from the ground and burned; crosses and metal markers were bent and kicked over.
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The damage has been cleaned up.
Volunteers placed flowers at the graves to show that there is more love in the community than hate.
"I just honestly was speechless. I couldn't believe it," said Shannon Haldman, from Scent With Love. "I was just heartbroken. I couldn't imagine coming to a loved one's grave and seeing that someone did this."
Police are still investigating and told Channel 11 they will be stepping up patrols.
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