$47K In Graffiti Damage Spray Painted On Warren Residents’ Front Doors

WARREN, NJ — Multiple Warren residents awoke on Sunday morning to find graffiti spray painted on their homes and car costing roughly $50,000.

There was a total of seven reported reports of graffiti spraypainted on front doors and garage doors alogn with two cars parked on the street. All of the reports came in between 7:30 and 8 am on Sunday.

Here is a rundown of the police reports:

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  • 7:29 am: A resident from Old Church Road said graffiti was spray painted on her front door. The cost of the door is about $12,000.
  • 7:38 am: A resident from Old Church Road Said graffiti was spray painted on two vehicles parked on the street.
  • 7:51 am: A resident from Wexford court said graffiti was spray painted on her front door. The cost of the door is about $5,000.
  • 7:51 am: A resident from Wexford Court said graffiti spray painted on his front door as well as the garage door. The cost of the door is about $10,000.
  • 7:52 am: A resident from Wexford Court said graffiti was spray painted on his front door and lamp post. The cost of the door is about $8,000.
  • 7:54 am: A resident from Wexford Court said graffiti was spray painted on her front door. The cost of the door is about $6,000.
  • 7:55 am: A resident from Wexford Court said graffiti spray painted on his front door. The cost of the door is about $6,000.

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$47K In Graffiti Damage Spray Painted On Warren Residents’ Front Doors

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