Jun 22, 2016 12:51 PM
HOOKSETT - Police are looking for someone who spray-painted the words “Slow Down” 13 times on a local road.
The Union-Leader reported a highway worker found the vandalism at 4:15 p.m. Monday on Farmer Road.
The person is described as an older woman seen walking in the area with a spray paint can, according to police. A neighbor provided video of the person from a camera mounted on their vehicle’s dashboard, but police were unable to make a positive identification of the person.
The yellow and orange words stretch from 30 to 55 Farmer Road, and were written in both lanes.
Hooksett Police Capt. John Daigle said officers do catch people speeding in that area. The incident remains under investigation.
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