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DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A graffiti vandal defaced the Tuscany South sign, the guard house and a security system late Wednesday or early Thursday, leaving expletives in blue paint behind.
It was not immediately clear if a police report had been filed with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office where detectives can often identify graffiti vandals through the styling of their “art.” It is believed there are cameras in the area, but it was also not immediately clear if the thug’s image was captured.
Tuscan South is a mid-range community near Atlantic and Lyons that runs along the east side the Florida turnpike. A there bed two bath home is currently listed in the community for $544,900.
Anyone with information about the vandalism should call PBSO or CrimeStoppers at 800-458-TIPS.
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