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      Sep 19

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      Today Normal Record 9/19/2016
    High 83° 78° N/A 74°
    Low 60° 55° N/A 69°

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    • Sunset: 7:13 PM
    • Duration: 12:17 hr

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    • Moonset: 7:12 PM
    • Duration: 13:03 hr
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    FOX 5 Washington D.C. Headlines

    Lincoln Memorial vandal engraves letters with penny, police say

    A vandal has been arrested after police say he was caught engraving letters into the Lincoln Memorial on Monday.

    U.S. Park Police say an officer caught the suspect using a penny to engrave the letters "HYPT MAEK" into the fifth pillar on the north side of the Lincoln Memorial.

    The suspect, later identified as 21-year-old Nurtilek Bakirov of the Kyrgyz Republic, was arrested and charged with malicious destruction of property. Officials said the maximum penalty Bakirov could face is 10 years in prison and a fine up to $25,000.

    The National Park Service said its conservation team was determining the best process to fix the structure which was opened to the public in 1922.

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