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Exmouth graffiti vandals sought by police

By FranMcElhone  |  Posted: January 16, 2013

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Police are on the look out for the vandals responsible for a spate of offensive graffiti in Exmouth.
Police are now working in conjunction with East Devon District Council on getting the graffiti, some which bears the tagline NKS, removed.
Officers are calling on the public to help them identify the offenders.
Exmouth town councillor Steve Gazzard has made an appeal to whoever is responsible to stop. "I am absolutely appalled that someone is doing this – I'm surprised they don't have better things to do," he said. "It's going to prove expensive to remove so whoever's responsible should have more consideration about the impact of their actions."
Contact police on 101, or 999 in an emergency. Alternatively police can be contacted anonymously via Crimestoppers on, 0800 555111.

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  • man_of_ex  |  January 16 2013, 8:33PM

    Er ... here's a thought .. the same thing happened in 2011 , same modus operandi and same initials and the criminals have now been released from prison , oh and they are as thick as 2 short planks , come on police time to pay a few visits don't you think