PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Public Works crews, known as “Graffiti Busters,” were removing the unsightly vandalism late Friday. People passing were mostly in agreement about the graffiti.

“I just think it was a bunch of kids who don’t have anything better to do,” said one woman.

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Giant blue peace signs were painted everywhere near Sixth Avenue, Liberty Avenue and along Wood Street. The GNC building, Sally’s Beauty Products, even the Benedum and the T-Station were “tagged.”

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“We can express ourselves in a more peaceful and more, better way then we are right there. Definitely,” said one man.

According to an investigation, within a 30 minute time span, a black male spray painted the symbol on at least 25 places throughout Downtown.

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Police have released a photo of the suspected vandal, hoping that someone will be able to identify him.

Photo: Pittsburgh Police

Photo: Pittsburgh Police