Vandal Hits John Deere Business with Spray Paint

The vandal spray-painted the letters F, Y, S and an A inside a circle.

Spray-painted graffiti caused hundreds of dollars in damage at a Dacula John Deere business, according to Gwinnett County Police records.

Police responded to a vandalism report on Feb. 10 at Ag-Pro on Winder Highway.

The vandal spray-painted the letters F, Y, and S, and an A inside a circle, according to the incident report. There was no information in the report on what those letters may mean.

The graffiti was painted on a side window facing Winder Highway, and on a bailing attachment (for a tractor) that was parked on the premises.

The owner of the business told police the security camera did not pick up anyone. The business closed at 12:30 p.m. Feb. 9 and opened at 7 a.m. on the 10th, when the graffiti was discovered.

Damage was estimated at $650.


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