From flat tires to egged and spray-painted houses and defaced traffic and municipal signs, the evidence is widespread.
Police say two Penn State students have been charged with ethnic intimidation after they admitted last week to vandalizing property near a predominantly Jewish fraternity.
Pennsylvania State Police are asking for the public’s help in a case of vandalism that began with spray painting, but became much more serious, causing two adults and tow juveniles to flee to safety over the weekend.
The pastor of a local church is calling red graffiti a “threat.”
Police arrested a man Wednesday morning, after graffiti was found near the big, yellow duck at Point State Park.
Some strange vandalism was discovered today on a sign at the Arnold Palmer Pavilion in Westmoreland County.
Police are investigating cases of vandalism in Brentwood that began two days ago. Several more vehicles were hit Thursday night with red spray paint.
Pink spray paint is what some people in Crafton found when they went out to their cars overnight.
Police arrested three graffiti vandals over the weekend who are accused of spray painting a walkway between Howard and East streets on the North Side.
An office that supports groups that are against President Obama was vandalized for the second time in less than two weeks.
An investigation is underway over a reported case of vandalism at a local high school
In Washington County, neighbors say they’ve been told by Peters Township police are keeping a close eye on their neighborhood after vandals when on a spray-painting spree.
Much of the graffiti on houses and vehicles is profane and vulgar.
Vandals caused widespread damage in Sharpsburg overnight. The vandals spray painted homes, vehicles and even a boat.