Corry City Police are asking the public’s help in identifying the person or persons who spray-painted graffiti on property in Corry.

Interim Police Chief Rich Shopene said the area where the vandalism took place encompasses a “square” that spans from the 200 block of East Smith Street and the 200 block of West Smith Street to Wright Street, Mead Avenue and Main Street.

“There is a lot of it,” Shopene said about the graffiti.

Areas hit also include places on North Center Street, West Smith Street, West Washington Street, First Avenue, and Plaza Street.

The vandals used red, green, black and gold paint. Most of the graffiti depicts male genitals, along with some writing and figures.

Some of the places that were spray-painted include at St. Thomas playground, a wall at 146 N. Center St., the sign at the Corry Public Library, buildings on Eagle Street, and a vehicle at 205 E. Smith St.

The vandalism reportedly occurred between Sunday and this morning.

Anyone with information is asked to call Corry City Police at 664-2222.

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