Investigation underway after vandals target Brownsville mural
BROWNSVILLE – A mural on a plaza in Brownsville was targeted by vandals. Residents say the graffiti is putting a bad light on the city.
A business owner in the building next door says when he first noticed the change in the mural he was disappointed.
“Trying to keep the city beautiful and trying to make us proud of what we have, and these little things are small, but it's not conducive to learning for the smaller kids also, you know?” said Rolando Ramirez, owner/manager of Amigo Loan Company.
Public Information Officer Melissa Gonzalez, with Brownsville police, said detectives are still investigating as to who might be held responsible for vandalizing the mural on East 9th and Adams streets.
Anyone with information on the case is ask to call Brownsville Crime Stoppers at 956-546-8477.
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