PHOTO GALLERY: Graffiti removed from Hitt Street Parking Garage
Friday, February 25, 2011 | 3:45 p.m. CST
Lettering sprayed on the wall of the HItt Street Parking Garage is removed with a chemical applied by Campus Facilities workers Friday. Although the vandalism was believed to occur Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning, workers were unable to get to the project until Friday because they had to gain access to equipment.
Graffiti was removed from a wall on the fourth floor of the Hitt Street Parking Garage on Friday morning. MU Campus Facilities worker Christopher Fields said the vandalism was suspected to have occurred Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.
MU Campus Facilities worker Christopher Fields works during the removal of graffiti on the fourth floor of the Hitt Street Parking Garage on Friday. Fields said Campus Facilities has noticed an increase in graffiti vandalism across campus during the month of February.
Christopher Fields, of MU Campus Facilities, uses a power washer to remove graffiti from a wall on the fourth floor of the Hitt Street Parking Garage on Friday. Fields said the vandalism was suspected to have taken place on Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.
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