Police say someone poured paint and wrote expletives on a Department of Juvenile Justice building in Augusta.
The Augusta Chronicle reports that the downtown building was vandalized at some point between Friday and Saturday.
An incident report says Richmond County sheriff's deputies responded after the building's manager noticed white paint splattered on the wall. The manager told police expletives were written in the dry paint on the wall. He said he found an empty paint can nearby but threw it away before deputies arrived.
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