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Wednesday May 18th, 2022 12:28PM

Gwinnett police increase Duncan Creek Park surveillance after graffiti incident

By Natalie Sadler Anchor/Reporter
The Gwinnett Police East Precinct Community Response Team is searching for a man accused of spray-painting graffiti on county property at Duncan Creek Park.
 
Police are working on identifying the male, who police described as white in a press release. A camera caught the man on May 7, who sprayed graffiti on the park’s retention walls.
 
Gwinnett police will increase patrols around Duncan Creek Park and increase surveillance to deter any other vandalism attempts.
 
Unwanted graffiti is a form of vandalism under Georgia law. The crime is a punishable offense and vandals may receive jail time.
 
Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact the East Precinct Community Response Team at 678-442-5600.
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Gwinnett police increase Duncan Creek Park surveillance after graffiti incident
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