Offensive graffiti found at two subdivisions
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — State Police are investigating the discovery of graffiti that includes racial slurs, swastikas and upside-down crosses at a Charles Town subdivision.
The graffiti was discovered this week at the Locust Hill subdivision. A tarp has been draped over the offensive images.
State police are asking for the public’s help in finding those responsible. They’re also investigating similar vandalism at another subdivision in Jefferson County.
The graffiti was spray-painted on the entrances to the subdivisions.
Trooper J. E. Williams told The Journal that investigators believe the incidents are related.