Graffiti daubed on homes, fences and carsBy Victoria Smith
May 04, 2012
Graffiti tags have been daubed on homes and fences and scratched on cars over the past two weeks.
Keys were used to scratch the tag ‘Melk’ into seven vehicles parked in Reading Road, Wokingham, overnight on April 27.
The words ‘Roke’ and ‘Junk’ were sprayed on walls and fences in Old Woosehill Lane, Oxford Road, Humber Close, Commons Road and Holt Lane around the same time.
There have been a number of similar incidents in the previous week in Oxford Road, Brookside, Martins Drive and Mill Close where the word ‘Junkie’ has been sprayed in blue on fences and walls.
Police from the neighbourhood team have been out reassuring the community and are investigating all the incidents.
Officers are reminding residents that Wokingham Borough Council offers a graffiti removal service and the team can be contacted on (0118) 974 6302.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the graffiti. If anyone has any information, please call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.