Graffiti painted on buildings in Cleveland similar to vandalism at Geauga Lake

Posted at 12:22 PM, Oct 10, 2017

A reward is being offered for the arrest and prosecution of the individuals responsible for spray painting graffiti all over a Cleveland neighborhood.

The words "Joyce" and "Fingers" were painted at five different locations on Lorain Avenue and West 98th Street, according to a Westown Community Development Corporation spokesperson.

According to their website, Westown CDC is a non-profit, promoting community revitalization in Cleveland neighborhoods.

Recently, similar graffiti featuring the same two words were painted on several rides that at the abandoned amusement park, Geauga Lake.

Police released multiple photos of the suspects in the Geauga Lake case.

Authorities have not said if the two cases are related.

A $300 reward is being offered by the Westown CDC for any information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the vandals.

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