Graffiti sprayed on cars, school in Goffstown
“It wasn’t ordinary graffiti you see done by an artist with large, rounded letters. It was straight out profanity with no artistic intent at all,” said Lt. Keith Chauvette. “Some pretty ugly language was used.”
The incidents are under active investigation, he said.
“We’re trying to get videos from local stores in the area to identify the suspect or suspects,” Chauvette said.
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