(CBS) – A suspect has been charged in connection with the spray-paint vandalism of Bolingbrook Mayor Roger Claar’s home.

Police found the graffiti – described as “anarchist symbols and swastikas” – Wednesday morning at Claar’s residence. There was also spray-painted marks on a driveway and sidewalk, police said in a news release.

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Rachel Tuszynski (Bolingbrook Police)

Police took a suspect into custody: Bolingbrook resident Rachel Tuszynski, 29, who allegedly provided a confession.

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Prosecutors charged Tuszynski with several offenses, including threatening a public official, criminal damage to property and criminal defacement.

Tuszynski was transported to a detention facility.

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