Graffiti Found on a Columbus Church, 2 Trucks, and 2 Buildings

COLUMBUS –  Multiple buildings and vehicles were found spray painted and police are investigating the criminal mischief incidents following reports on Monday.

Of the several graffiti incidents reported, the first was of two trucks that had been spray painted, leaving an estimated total of $300 in damage. The 2012 Ford F-350 and 2014 F-150 were parked on the 100 block of West Parkway when they were damaged. An apartment building on the 900 block of 30th Avenue was also spray painted leaving roughly $100 in damage.

The third report came in after a garage was spray painted on the 3000 block of 22nd Street, leaving an estimated $200 in damage. The final report came in after graffiti had been found on  a local church. The church on the 4700 block of 27th Street had been spray painted and the damage was estimated at $500.

Police are still investigating the incidents, and if you have information, CPD encourage you to call them at 402-564-3201.

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