As you drive around town you may notice more and more graffiti. That's why an area volunteer group is planning a clean up this weekend. Newscenter 13 talked with Mitch Walker, an officer at Bowling Green Police, who has been working on the graffiti problem for a while. He says the markings often mean there may be a gang problem in the area.
For those of you who want to help free the city of graffiti a clean up is planned for this Saturday where volunteers will be painting over the marks. Volunteers can meet at the Warren County Justice at 7:30 a.m. In case of rain the event will be cancelled. For more information call Pam McIntyre at 843-9019.
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