Police searching for more graffiti culprits
Although two teens have already been charged in connection to a recent wave of graffiti in League City, police are still searching for those responsible for the vandals responsible for more spray-painting this week.
League City Police Lt. Bruce Whitten said the words "King", Deal" and a profanity were spray-painted on a white Chevrolet van at Al Garza Martial Arts, 2047 W. Main Street, between Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. and Thursday at 8:15 a.m.
A building and a fence at 2121 W. Main Street were also spray-painted between Wednesday at 8 p.m. and Thursday at 11 a.m., he said.
The two teens who confessed to some of a string of recent graffiti incidents in League City that depicted genitals are not believed to be responsible for this week's spray-painting, Whitten said.
It doesn't like what they were doing, which is what they called artwork," Whitten said.
The two teens admitted to some of 11 graffiti incidents reported before this week, but not all of them, Whitten said. This week's spray-painting is likely related to some of the previous graffiti incidents that police had were unsolved, he said.
Police do not have any suspects in the vandalism. Those with information are asked to call 281-338-4182 or 281-338-8210.
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