Police say they know who’s responsible for Oakville ‘graffiti spike’

Published December 4, 2019 at 4:34 pm

Halton Regional Police Service says it has a suspect directly related to what it calls a “graffiti spike” in Oakville.

Halton Regional Police Service says it has a suspect directly related to what it calls a “graffiti spike” in Oakville.

For the last few weeks, police say they’ve “seen a spike in graffiti targeting commercial buildings, schools, fences and bus shelters”.  

The reported incidents are mostly concentrated in the southwest area of Oakville. 

Halton police now believe a female in her 20s is responsible for the incidents. She’s described as white, 5-foot-8, with brown hair and a thin build.

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“These incidents are believed to have occurred in the early morning hours,” according to Halton police. “Police would like to encourage the public to continue reporting suspicious activity”.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Ron Wright of the Oakville Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825-4747 ext. 2216.

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