Police claim ‘net is starting to close in’ on a graffiti artist who has peppered March with his work
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POLICE claim the “net is starting to close in” on a graffiti artist who has been plastering March with his or her work for some weeks.
PC Phil Richardson says he now has a few leads which he will be following up but has appealed for more people to report latest incidents.
“I need new graffiti reporting,” he told readers of a Facebook community page. “See it, report it. “If you have your suspicions feel free to contact me at March nick
“The net is starting to close in on a few... ‘Slowly slowly catchy monkey’ and all that”
One Facebook member reported racist graffiti on a walled area at Estover Park whilst county councillor Steve Count “hopes these people are identified quite soon.”
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He said he had been campaigning for some time to catch the culprit “and there is a now a vendetta tag on the wall on Milner Close.”
He said Fenland Council was quick to remove the offending items.
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Frogs are popular in town, with graffiti images appearing in the centre near Ogden’s old yard in The Causeway.