Police log

June 24, 1997

Hagerstown teen reported missing

The daughter of a Hagerstown pediatrician disappeared Monday afternoon, Hagerstown City Police said.

Veronica Nadia Farah, 17, was working at the office of her father, Dr. J. Ramsey Farah, at 101 King St. when she disappeared at about 2 p.m., police said.

Her car was left in the parking lot, police said.

Police said Farah was supposed to leave at 6 p.m. to register for classes at Salisbury State University, police said.

Farah, of 1003 The Terrace, has brown eyes, long, curly, red hair. She is white, is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds, police said.

She was wearing a white pullover and light blue jeans, police said.

Authorities have interviewed the girl's boyfriend and friends. Police are treating the case as suspicious.

"It's unusual," Sgt. Roger Powers said.

School bus defaced in Libertytown


LIBERTYTOWN, Md. - A school bus was defaced with racial slurs and symbols over the weekend, Maryland State Police said Monday.

Swastikas and slurs were painted on the bus at 12028 North St., police said. A swastika was painted on the road at 12012 North St, police said.

Police said the vandalism does not appeared directed at any individual or group.

Anyone with information about the incidents can call the Maryland State Police at 301-663-3101.

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