Graffiti artists reminded of prison penalty

first_imgWhatsApp Email Facebook NewsLocal NewsGraffiti artists reminded of prison penaltyBy admin – August 15, 2012 641 Linkedin Twittercenter_img Advertisement A NUMBER of traffic signs in the city have recently been defaced with graffiti and gardaí have reminded those responsible that this is an offence that carries a penalty of up to a year imprisonment.The signs, particularly on the Condell Road and Ennis Road, have been covered by graffiti, according to a garda spokesperson. “It is highly irresponsible to cover traffic signs with graffiti which could lead to traffic disruption or even a collision”, said Sgt Brian Broderick of Henry Street.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “I would appeal to the person or persons who are defacing traffic signs to cease this practice immediately.“All instances of this type of reckless damage will be fully investigated and prosecutions will be taken against any person found carrying out this crime”. Print Previous articleFree mag will get students started in LimerickNext articleEmergency Medical Technician (EMT) Training adminlast_img