HPD Investigating Graffiti Spree

Press Release -- June 6th, 2010

The Harrisonburg Police Department is investigating an “extensive amount” of graffiti that was spray-painted in several areas of town Friday night.

Numerous individuals reported an unknown person(s) spray-painted graffiti on their property listed below:

* 21 City of Harrisonburg school buses on Washington Street
* One HPD police cruiser on Washington Street
* One Trailer on Country Club Court
* One Car on Country Club Court
* Three businesses on Main Street, one business on Old Furnace Road, and two businesses on Carlton Street
* One fence on Myers and one fence on Cantrell Avenue
* Two bus shelters on Washington Street and one bus shelter on Burgess Road
* One ATM on Carlton Street.

All of the graffiti appears to be connected to the same incident.

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