Kirtland police investigating several vandalism incidents on city, private property

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KIRTLAND, Ohio– Kirtland police are searching for the people responsible for recent vandalism across the city.

The incidents involve spray painting profanities on roads and the spray painting of mailboxes, street signs, guardrails, roads, and construction equipment.

Police are asking residents to come forward if they have any information about who is responsible. They also want anyone who sees a post on social media about the vandalism to take a picture and share it with police.

The vandalism has been happening during the evening hours, so police are asking residents to come forward if they see anything suspicious.

If residents have any questions, they can call the Kirtland Police Department on the non-emergency line: 440-256-3333.

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