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Police investigating widespread offensive graffiti in Madison

Madison police are investigating at least 25 cases of property damaged by graffiti on the city's far west side last weekend. The graffiti consisted of offensive words and symbols painted on houses, garage doors, cars and mailboxes, police said. M...

Madison police are investigating at least 25 cases of property damaged by graffiti on the city’s far west side last weekend.
The graffiti consisted of offensive words and symbols painted on houses, garage doors, cars and mailboxes, police said. Most of the damage was done in the area west of Gammon Road, east of High Point Road and north of Mineral Point Road.
The graffiti included some swastikas and anti-semitic expressions, along with derogatory words directed toward women and minorities.
Police request that anyone with information call the Madison Police Department or Madison Area Crime Stoppers at (608) 266-6014.

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