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Police seek information

By Staff | Mar 18, 2011

(Submitted photo) Graffiti was found on the window of the Luthern Parish House, as well as the new town hall & a rear car window, after a March 15 incident.

On Tuesday, March 15, the Shepherdstown Police Department investigated several reports of graffiti in the area of the 100 block of North King Street.

The graffiti occurred during the early morning hours of?March 15. Graffiti in the form of black circles with a dot inside the circles was placed on the front windows of the Lutheran Parish House. Graffiti in the form of a “fish skeleton” was placed on the alley side of the new town hall and on the rear window of a vehicle parked in that block.

The graffiti on the Parish House appeared to be a black paint substance and the other two markings appeared to be made with a silver paint pen.

The Corporation of Shepherdstown is offering a reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) involved in these incidents. Anyone with information regarding these incidents may contact the Shepherdstown Police Department at 304-876-6036 or email Acting Chief Ransom at tips@shepherdstown.us. All contact information will remain anonymous.