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Lebanon police ask public's help with graffiti

September 13. 2017 1:28PM
Graffiti has increasingly become a problem in downtown Lebanon police say. (Courtesy)

LEBANON - Local police are asking the public's help identifying those responsible for graffiti painted on downtown businesses.

Police say they have seen a recent spike in complaints about taggers.

“The graffiti is being found on both private and city owned property located in the downtown Lebanon mall area and surrounding neighborhoods,” police said in a statement.

Anyone with information as to who is responsible can call Lebanon Police Department at 603-448-1212 or by submitting an anonymous crime tip to 603-448-CLUE.

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