Graffiti problem hits Automobile Alley
OKLAHOMA CITY – A building along historic Automobile Alley was hit by vandals.
Jerry Stow, owner of Stow’s Office Furniture, said his building off N.W. 6th St. near Broadway has been tagged several times in the past couple of months.
This time the graffiti is on the East wall.
“It is like getting a black eye,” Stow said. “I take it personally, you know? This is one of my pride and joys; this is my business,” Stow said.
Large blue and white letters cover a section of the East side of the building.
Stow said they will clean off the graffiti but he’s extremely frustrated.
“It is just sad that this is what visitors have to see when they come into our community,” Stow said.
Stow filed a report with the Oklahoma City Police.
He said he is considering putting up a higher fence to keep people away from the wall.
Stow may also offer a reward to anyone who has any information that leads to an arrest.
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