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Do you recognise this graffiti tag? Police launch appeal after Sheringham promenade is vandalised

13:45 14 April 2014

The graffiti tag sprayed on Sheringham east promenade.

The graffiti tag sprayed on Sheringham east promenade.

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a popular seaside promenade was vandalised with a graffiti tag.

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The symbol was sprayed in several places along the east promenade in Sheringham, including a wall and street light.

The crime happened between 8pm on Friday March 14 and 10.30am on Sunday March 28.

Anyone with information should contact PC Ian Smith at Sheringham police station on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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8 comments

  • Don't spoil it, NFG!

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    backwoodsman

    Tuesday, April 15, 2014

  • HA HA - I think the joke is on all of us. Have you held this picture up to a mirror and read exactly what it says???

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    Norfolk and Good

    Tuesday, April 15, 2014

  • Have you noticed the 'window' for this 'crime'?! Two weeks!!! How is that possible-did someone DEFINITELY notice that the wall was clear at 20.29 on the 14th, then go away for a fortnight and when they came back......Oh no!! There are anomalies in this story, I think this one will run and run.

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    backwoodsman

    Tuesday, April 15, 2014

  • As Citizen of EUSSR points out, those responsible will get nothing more than a slap on the wrist. They should be made to clean it off with a toothbrush. It may make them think twice if they will have to spend hours of their free time removing it, whilst wearing pink overalls.!

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    Adrian in Derby

    Tuesday, April 15, 2014

  • In a couple of hundred thousand years time this will be re-discovered and those who do so will draw their own conclusions about how far the human race had advanced by 2014. But! look closer, hold the image to a mirror, invert it and it can be seen that the artist has cleverly disguised both chemical and mythical symbols perhaps in a hidden code. The police should immediately question the local intelligentsia as they discuss philosophical affairs outside the amusements.

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    sensibletrousers

    Tuesday, April 15, 2014

  • Actually, I have just deciphered this with my I-spy book of graffiti tags. It says 'Sheringham is really lovely-much better than Comer. So nerrr.' With the initials RO, whoever that may be.

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    backwoodsman

    Monday, April 14, 2014

  • Talk about double standards in this corner of Blighty! It's mindless graffito in Shezza, but when someone scrawls on a fence in Comer, it's a heartwarming message to his mum! Honestly!

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    backwoodsman

    Monday, April 14, 2014

  • Is there any point in catching the mindless moron that did this? We all know he or she will receive no real punishment for this. Personally, I would consider going round to their house and covering their possessions in spray paint to be an appropriate punishment!

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    Citizen of EUSSR

    Monday, April 14, 2014

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