Graffiti Spray-Painted On Wall Outside Northeast High School
LINCOLN -- Vandals leave their mark on one of the entrances into Northeast High School late Monday night. Lincoln Police told KFOR News Tuesday morning they were called to the school at 63rd and Baldwin just before midnight about some doorways being spray-painted. Captain Jim Davidsaver tells KFOR News the letters "S-U-R" and "S-S-W-X" were spray-painted. He says they got a call from someone reporting a suspicious vehicle, a dark SUV, where three males got out and spray-painted the brick wall next to the southeast corner door. It's too early to say if they're some sort of gang symbols, but Captain Davidsaver says their investigation continues.