Lincoln residents speak out after graffiti spree in Air Park
The incident is still under investigation. Anyone with information is encouraged to call Lincoln Police.
Lincoln Police are looking for suspects after an area in Air Park was vandalized by graffiti. You can spot green spray paint just about anywhere. A couple in the neighborhood knew what had happened, but noticed later they were one of the several impacted.
“I hope they catch whoever did it, it’s just not smart,” said Lincoln resident, Trent Wilson.
Trent and Sarah Wilson found words spray painted on their shed, their mailboxes also saw damage. They can’t put off cleaning or fixing their shed because one of the words is inappropriate.
“Having to paint over inappropriate language that every little kid in the neighborhood can see, you know it’s a lot of our money and our time that we are going to have to give to do that,” said Lincoln resident, Sarah Wilson.
As for similar incidents in the past, the Lincoln couple remembers a house nearby getting hit with spray paint several years but that’s it. Among the things vandalized were street signs, mailboxes, vehicles and a park named Eagles View.
“I think the best message is that they catch the person that does it and they are made to do the work to fix it and see how much time it actually takes,” said Trent Wilson.
Several of the incidents were reported from Thursday night to Saturday. Police say everything reported caused around $30,000 in damages. The incident is still under investigation. Anyone with information is encouraged to call Lincoln Police.