Graffiti taggers target 4 buildings in FL
FL Police Station is 1 of 4 hit during the weekend
Graffiti taggers were at work in Forest Lake on Saturday.
Four buildings were targets and the taggers showed no fear of the law. One of the buildings hit was the south wall of the Forest Lake Police Department, 220 N. Lake St.
Capt. Greg Weiss said four buildings, including the police station, were hit in the late night hours Friday or early Saturday morning. And it wasn’t all polite or artful writings.
The three business locations were marked with the slogan “Gods of Green” or GOG, Weiss said. At the police station, the graffiti was more pointed.
The police department south wall was painted with “F—K the police” Weiss said the graffiti has been removed and police are investigating the incident.
Weiss said police are also attempting to learn what the “Gods of Green” reference may hold, but as of Monday, had no solid idea of its meaning.
Police in Forest Lake have recovered a vehicle that had been stolen in Oakdale.
Weiss said city officers acting with help provided by On-Star recovered the auto at 8:27 a.m. near the North Shore Apartments on North Shore Drive.
Police have questions suspects in the case, but Weiss said the investigation is ongoing and may involve other city crimes.
A grocery store in Wyoming was the target of burglars early Sunday morning.
An employee at Bruce’s Foods, 5358 Wyoming Trail, discovered the break-in at 5:53 a.m. Sunday.
According to the Wyoming Police Department, someone smashed in he front door to gain entry to the store. An undetermined quantity of cigarettes were stolen, police said.
Wyoming police are continuing their investigation. No arrests have been made.