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Boston Garden official calls fan's bathroom vandalism 'isolated,' ask tips to police

BOSTON - A Boston Garden official says a fan's vandalism inside a bathroom was an "isolated incident" and asks people to call police if they have information.

In an episode seen on an Internet video, a woman in a Milan Lucic Boston Bruins T-shirt kicks a hole in a support pillar in the bathroom, then falls down. Her face is clearly seen.

TD Garden's senior vice-president and general manager, Hugh Lombardi, said Friday the arena "is proud and fortunate to have a respectful fan base" and the incident "is not typical or representative."

Bruins spokesman Matt Chmura said Thursday building officials found the damage after Saturday night's game with the St. Louis Blues.

Lombardi said fans can call the Garden's safety hotline to report disturbances.

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