Area hit by graf­fiti

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - UK & World Update -

VAN­DALS are be­ing sought fol­low­ing a spate of graf­fiti in the Or­tons area of Peter­bor­ough.

Fences, walls and bus shel­ters across the area have been tar­geted in re­cent weeks.

In to­tal 43 tags in the past three months were dis­cov­ered in Or­ton Gold­hay, Mal­borne and Water­ville fea­tur­ing the words “Noah”, “Heavy”, “Seko” and “STD”.

The tags have been pho­tographed and put on the po­lice graf­fiti data­base.

PCSO Joshua Coe said: “This kind of crim­i­nal dam­age af­fects the qual­ity of life for res­i­dents and we are ap­peal­ing for any­one with in­for­ma­tion to come for­ward.

“We be­lieve the of­fend­ers may be lo­cal, there­fore some­one must know who these of­fend­ers are.

“We are car­ry­ing out pa­trols in the area and any­one caught com­mit­ting this dam­age could face a fine or up to three months in jail.”

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion should con­tact PCSO Coe at Or­ton Po­lice Sta­tion on 101.

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