Officers from the Rickmansworth and District Safer Neighbourhood Team are investigating after a series of graffiti has appeared in the town recently. The tags ‘elmo’, ‘lupe’ and ‘bfk’ have been sprayed in the area around the High Street over recent months. Officers believe that in the region of 37 tags have been sprayed, which have also appeared on street furniture in Abbots Langley. PCSO Alan Waller from the Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “We will not tolerate this type of behaviour and are keen to find out who is responsible for these. We want people to enjoy the area in which they live and not be blighted by such reckless acts of damage. “I’d encourage anyone who may know who is responsible for this graffiti to contact the Rickmansworth and District Safer Neighbourhood Team as soon as possible via the non-emergency number 101. I’d also urge parents to be aware of the warning signs that their child could be involved in graffiti, such as leaving home with marker pens, graffiti on school books and leaving home with bags etc. ”
Do you know who is responsible for graffiti in Rickmansworth?
Published on: 2nd June 2015 | By: The Newsdesk | Category: