Police seek 'taggers'

Police want to hear from anyone with information about a recent spate of vandalism in Mosgiel.

A car, a garage and a building within a town block were damaged with green and white paint late last week.

Sergeant Ed Baker, of Dunedin, said a car parked outside a house in Nairn St was covered in white paint, a Stirling Cres building had green paint splashed on it and a garage in Ross St was also covered in white and green paint.

''These taggers are such a nuisance.

''We are certainly interested in finding out who they are so we can deal with them,'' he said.

• Anyone with information, or reports of suspicious behaviour, can contact the Mosgiel or Dunedin police stations.

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