Police Ask Public's Help to Stop Graffiti

At least eight locations have been vandalized, according to the Alameda Police Department

The Alameda Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify the person (or persons) who has been vandalizing buildings throughout the city with graffiti.

The attached photo shows recent graffiti on the historic , 2317 Central Ave. There have been eight documented incidents with similar graffiti throughout the island, according to the APD.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the department at its non-emergency number, 510-337-8340, or the COPPS Unit, copps@ci.alameda.ca.us, 510-337-8305.

Michael April 21, 2012 at 01:18 AM
Most of the bus shelters in the West End have been vandalized with deeply etched graffiti that can only be removed at high cost. "Guero" is scratched in large letters in the glass of bus shelters along Webster Street. It took a lot of work to deeply etch these large graffiti tags. We need more police patrols.


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