BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton police are investigating graffiti that indicates space martians are, in fact, real.
According to a police report, HOA President Kristian Piscitelli told police that someone spray painted a building in the Ocean Breeze community writing — in green paint — that “ALIENS EXIST.” In black paint, someone wrote “KONY 2012” and added — according to the police report — “a drawing of a bong.”
Also written on one wall was a Swastika in green paint that had “black paint crossing it out.” The police report indicates that “once the Swastika was drawn, the subject(s) then tried to cover it up.”
Ocean Breeze is a Golf and Country Club community located in the area of 299 NW 52nd Terrace.
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