Vandal Paints Anti-Police Messages After Walpole High School Cancels Dances

WALPOLE (CBS) – Police are looking for a person who spray painted anti-police messages on two Walpole buildings after officials announced the cancellation of school dances due to the behavior of intoxicated students.

Police said that just before 3 a.m a suspect was caught on surveillance video spray painting “derogatory statements” against the Walpole Police Department at Cumberland Farms on Washington Street.

A graffiti suspect was caught on surveillance camera in Walpole. (Image Credit: Walpole Police)

A graffiti suspect was caught on surveillance camera in Walpole. (Image Credit: Walpole Police)

Similar tags, which were done using white paint, were discovered at Walpole High School.

Police said the graffiti was a result of the recent decision to cancel all school dances with the exception of prom at Walpole High School.

One of the messages on Walpole High School reads “Don’t cancel our dances.”

Another of the other pieces of graffiti say “(Expletive) Walpole Police” while the third reads “(Expletive) Walpole Pigs.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Walpole Police.

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