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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Graffiti patrol

Posted By on Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 12:07 PM

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The Hillcrest Residents Association is buzzing about an outbreak of graffiti "tagging" in the neighborhood, including spray painting of emblems on six buildings along or near the 2700-2900 blocks of Kavanaugh Boulevard in the Hillcrest shopping area last Thursday night. Graffiti was reported at Delta Bank, Kroger, Hillcrest Junk, Vieux Carre/Afterthought, the building housing Bossa Nova and an empty building at 2922 Kavavaugh.


The theory is that the work is a group's territorial marking. Security cameras came up with photos of a couple of men and their SUV at work last week. There's more video. If you have helpful info, call the cops.

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