Garages sprayed with graffiti

14 garages in the Mauerfeldstraße in Weißkirchen were sprayed with graffiti at some time before 8am on Tuesday, 5th June, 2018. Police report that the damage is estimated to cost several thousand Euros and that they do not know exactly when the spraying took place or have any clues as to who is responsible.
Witnesses are asked to call them on 06171 62400.

Graffiti sprayed at school

A school in the Karl-Hermann-Flach-Straße has been sprayed with graffiti sometime between 5pm on Sunday, 9th July, and 7am on Monday, 10th July, 2017.

Police say that the damage caused is worth about €15,000 and they are asking for anyone with information to call them on 06171 62400.

 

Graffiti in the Holzweg

At some time between 9pm on Thursday night (3rd July) and 11am on Friday morning (4th July, 2014), a red line was sprayed on the side of a house in the Holzweg.

The line, which was 11m long, was accompanied for the last 2m by black and yellow to form the German flag.  At the other end of the line, the words WE ROCK!!! were written in red letters.

The damage is estimated at around 800 Euro and police would like to hear from anyone who can help them find out who is responsible.  Anyone with information should call 06171 6240-0.

Graffiti sprayer caught

Oberursel’s police have been able to catch a young man who is now accused of causing damage to property (“Sachbeschädigung”), specifically the B455 underpass.

On Wednesday, 17th July, 2013 at around 2.20am police in the Altkönigstraße became aware of the 17-year-old carrying a rucksack who was stopped and searched.  Police were patrolling the area due to the increase in car break-ins that had taken place in previous days.

As the young man was not carrying any form of identity with him, he was taken to the police station.  Although the patrol were not able to find damage to any cars, the rucksack was found to contain an assortment of graffiti equipment including spraycans and disposable gloves.  The man’s hands were also covered in fresh colour stains.  The cans and gloves were kept as evidence and his hands where photographed.

A short time later, after he had been released, another police patrol discovered fresh graffiti in the area near the B455 underpass.  A comparison of the paint used, the colours on the young’s hands and the particular type of shoes that had left footprints at the crime scene allowed them to conclude that he could be brought in connection with the graffiti and he was subsequently charged.

Police are now trying to find out if he is responsible for any other graffiti in the area.

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