Graffiti Vandals at Grapevine High (Video)
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Grapevine Police are investigating approximately $1,200 in graffiti damage at Grapevine High School.   

A school employee says the damage occurred between 10:00 p.m. June 1 and 3:00 a.m. June 2.  Words and drawings were spray-painted on multiple walls, the sidewalk, a window, parking lot, and fence on school property.   

Surveillance cameras captured the suspects on video, and detectives are currently analyzing the footage.  Anyone with information on the graffiti is asked to contact Grapevine Police Criminal Investigations Division at: 817.410.3200 during regular business hours, or 817.410.8127 after hours. 

We really need the public’s help on this one, as all of the suspects covered their faces. There are at least four suspects, and we believe someone knows who they are.

The surveillance video can be found on our Facebook and YouTube pages.

https://youtu.be/xv0wcwlnWBQ



Comments:
Put pictures up on billboards in Grapevine. I'm sure some parent will recognize their kids attire.
Posted by Sasquatch at 6/7/2019 11:03:41 AM

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