CHESTERFIELD, Va. (WRIC) — Obscene and hateful words have been sprayed all over Enon homes, school buses, even a school.
The suspects are on the run and wanted by Chesterfield Police.
“I just think it’s pure meanness, that’s all really, mean it’s just mean,” said Susan Winegar as she looked at her father’s car that was vandalized with graffiti.
“Someone had wrote some nasty words on the side of his car,” said Winegar
She later found out her father wasn’t alone.
“I don’t know what causes people to do that, I really don’t,” said Winegar.
Vandals tagged other people’s cars, fences, even someone’s house.
They also made their way to Enon Elementary School.
“it’s just cruel, I don’t know why people do stuff like that, I just have no clue,” said Winegar
Even Chesterfield county school busses were defaced, in all the vandals caused more than $3,000 in damage, leaving police and residents wanting answers.
“It’s just meanness, I mean there really isn’t any other word for it,” Winegar said. “Kids get out and they just want to have something to do and I really don’t know.”
Police believe kids are responsible, the biggest clue to that is that many of the curse words police say were spelled wrong.
If you have any information you are asked to call Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers at (804) 748-0660.
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