ST. GEORGE – St. George Police responded to 10 complaints of vandalism early Tuesday morning after someone used spray paint on various buildings, signs and vehicles throughout the city.
The areas that were most heavily affected were the Fort Pierce Drive, 500 W. 300 North, and 1100 West and 500 North areas, including a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints meeting house on Fort Pierce Drive, the St. George Police Department said in a press statement.
“It is believed that this vandalism is not gang related,” officials said, “but a senseless act of random vandalism.”
The estimated cost for damages is over $2,000, the statement said. Owners of the property are working with the St. George City Parks Dividion on the removal of the paint.
“There was an older model Red Chevrolet Cavalier occupied by three males seen in the area of one of the vandalism incidents,” officials said in the statement. “The occupants of this vehicle may have been involved in the incidents.”
Anyone with any information regarding this vandalism is asked to contact the St. George Police Department at 435-627-4300.
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