No suspects have been arrested yet after officials say the windows to the American Legion Post 329, located at 715 North Milwaukee Avenue in Libertyville, were broken earlier this week. | Photo Submitted to Lake and McHenry County Scanner

Police are investigating after they say a vandal or vandals intentionally broke numerous windows of the American Legion Hall, a veterans organization, in Libertyville.

The Libertyville Police Department responded on Tuesday to the American Legion Post 329, located at 715 North Milwaukee Avenue, for a report of a criminal damage to property.

Officers found multiple glass windows of the building to have been damaged, according to Libertyville Police Department Sgt. Scott Peeler.

Peeler said it appeared the windows were intentionally damaged with rocks.

The American Legion is an organization that has almost two million members in over 13,000 posts worldwide.

No suspects have been arrested yet after officials say the windows to the American Legion Post 329, located at 715 North Milwaukee Avenue in Libertyville, were broken earlier this week. | Photo Submitted to Lake and McHenry County Scanner

The non-profit focuses on service to veterans, servicemembers and communities.

Workers on Tuesday boarded up all of the broken first-floor windows of the building.

Peeler said officers are also investigating a second criminal damage to property incident nearby that was discovered on Monday.

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A business in the 500 block of North Milwaukee Avenue had a window damaged.

It appeared that the window was intentionally damaged by someone who used a brick.

No arrests have been made as of Thursday, Peeler said.

Both incidents are still under investigation and police said additional information was not available.