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    Camarillo Graffiti Vandalisms – Camarillo Police Department

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    There has been a recent rise in graffiti vandalisms occurring throughout the city of Camarillo.

    The Camarillo Police Department’s Special Enforcement Detail is investigating numerous vandalisms that have occurred at different locations throughout the city of Camarillo during the months of January and February.

    Ventura County Crime Stoppers will pay a reward for any information, including information provided anonymously, leading to an arrest for the person(s) responsible for this crime. The Camarillo Police Department is committed to prioritizing accountability through the identification and arrest of the suspect(s) responsible for this recent rise in graffiti vandalisms. Graffiti vandalism is an eyesore that directly affects the quality of life in our communities.

    If you have any information, are a witness, or can help identify the suspect(s), please contact Detective Matt Smith at 805-388-5113. You can also make an anonymous tip by contacting Ventura County Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477).

    You can also help by reporting suspicious activity to the Sheriff’s Communications Center. The graffiti is believed to be occurring during the overnight hours. Please keep an eye out for any unfamiliar vehicle either stopped along the roadway or traveling slowly. Also be alert for subjects loitering near walls and street signs visible to the roadway or subjects wearing dark clothing who appear to hide from vehicles as they pass.

    If you see a crime in progress occurring, please call 9-1-1. If you see suspicious subjects, please call and report them to the Sheriff’s Communication Center on the non-emergency phone line at (805) 654-9511. Callers may also remain anonymous.

    If you have been victimized or seen recent graffiti around your business or home, please check any video surveillance cameras you have in the area to see if you have captured any evidence related to these crimes.

    The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank members of the public for their on-going support and due diligence in providing information to assist our agency in solving crimes. We are better at what we do because of the information we receive and our community partnerships.

     

    Prepared by:
    Sr. Dep. Victor Holmes Jr. – [email protected]

     


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