Right message wrong platform, Raritan police say of graffiti artist
RARITAN — Everybody wants to feel loved, and while there are any number of ways for a person to declare their love, police say one man needs to find ways that do not involve spray painting public property.
According to a post on the Raritan Borough Police Facebook page police were called to the Cardinal Woods section of the town on Monday morning after getting reports of a white male spray painting street signs and mailboxes.
Police described the man as wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt and khaki shorts when he was seen last near Cardinal Woods Park. Before he was done the man had sprayed various messages including "Sorry I Love you," and "Stop Hate."
When he was done with his artwork police said the man got rid of his spray paint cans by throwing them into a nearby catch basin.
Police are asking anyone with information about the graffiti Van Gogh to call 908-725-6700.
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