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Spartanburg Police Look For Graffiti Vandal

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Spartanburg Police look for a vandal responsible in marking buildings in West Spartanburg and leaving signature, "ISH". Spartanburg Police look for a vandal responsible in marking buildings in West Spartanburg and leaving signature, "ISH".
Spartanburg Police look for a vandal responsible in marking buildings in West Spartanburg and leaving signature, "ISH". Spartanburg Police look for a vandal responsible in marking buildings in West Spartanburg and leaving signature, "ISH".
Spartanburg Police look for a vandal responsible in marking buildings in West Spartanburg and leaving signature, "ISH". Spartanburg Police look for a vandal responsible in marking buildings in West Spartanburg and leaving signature, "ISH".
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -  Graffiti keeps popping up throughout Spartanburg and Spartanburg Public Safety could use your help in figuring out who is responsible.    


“A panda bear face with the words DARFUR and FURGET” appeared on the walls of a Burger King drive-thru early Saturday morning according to a police report.

A manager at the restaurant  on Spartanburg’s Westside discovered the vandalism upon returning to work. Reports went on to indicate that the drawings and writings were then followed by the signature “ISH” and are similar to other vandalisms that have occurred to other businesses in the area.

If you have any information regarding graffiti matching the description above, you are asked to give Spartanburg Public Safety a call.

 

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