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Kelowna vandalism not so 'neat'

A prolific vandal keen on spray-painting outdated  slang on buildings has struck again, and this time they'll cost a Kelowna businessperson hundreds of dollars.

Const. Kris Clark said a  30-foot tall piece of graffiti spelling out the word "neat" in orange letters was found on the side of  building in the 1900 block of Springfield Road.

Police are asking anyone that may have information on the tagger, to contact them or Crime Stoppers.

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