Market Offers Reward To Help Police Nab Graffiti Culprits
By: Mary Stanley
Stop & Shop Supermarket is offering a $500 reward to anyone who has information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for spray painting graffiti on the side of the supermarket on Quaker Meetinghouse Road.
According to Sandwich Sergeant Joshua Bound, the side of the building was covered two weeks ago with graffiti that included initials, words, and symbols.
"It is going to be very expensive to clean it up," Sergeant Bound said. He said Patrolman William R. Patton is currently investigating the incident and anyone who has information should contact Patrolman Patton by calling the police station at 508-888-3343, ext. 340.
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