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Police investigating vandalism at 2 Fraser businesses

The Foundry was one of two businesses tagged overnight Tuesday.

Police are investigating two instances of graffiti vandalization at Fraser businesses that occurred overnight Tuesday.

Owners at the Foundry, a movie theater and bowling alley in Fraser, discovered a red and yellow tag on the side of the building Tuesday morning. One of the box trucks at Grand Valley Flooring was also tagged with a similar logo.

Fraser Winter Park Police Chief Glen Trainor said they are still working on an estimate to how much damage was done.

It is unclear what time the vandalization occurred, except that it happened sometime during the night of March 25 or the morning of March 26.

Trainor said whoever committed the vandalization would likely be charged with criminal mischief, which, if the damage totals more than $1,000, is a Class 6 felony.

At this time, police do not believe these incidents are related to the vandalization of the Grand Park signs that occurred last fall.

Vandalism typically happens a handful of times a year in the Fraser and Winter Park areas, but isn’t very common, Trainor said.

Currently, police have no suspects and are asking the public to come forward with any information. Tips can be shared by contacting Officer Jeff Malchow at (970) 722-7779.

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