BROWNSBURG, Ind. (WISH) - Graffiti is causing a headache for business and property owners in Brownsburg.
They tell 24-hour-news 8 graffiti on public and private property is getting out of hand and they suspect one person may be doing a majority of the damage.
Chip Cochran is one of several business owners cleaning up after someone vandalized and sprayed graffiti inside and outside a building he's renovating.
"It's very disrespectful and it affects everybody here and it effects them too they just don't realize it,"
Businesses and properties on Main Street and parts of Brownsburg all show the same tag.
Cochran like other business owners say this tagger's calling card of sorts, is costing them thousands of dollars.
"So, were going to have to paint the entire building to cover it up its really our only choice and I don't want to paint it until it goes away until this guy gets caught because if i paint it he comes back and does it again he or she,"
In one case Cochran tells us the suspect wrote "can't catch me" next to one of his signature tags, clearly taunting police.
Aside from the damage, Cochran says these tags give people the wrong impression of Brownsburg.
"Its an eye sore for everybody and its frightening for some people, especially older people. They worry what kind of element there is running around in their town,"
24-Hour-News 8 reached out to Brownsburg police for comment, but our calls were not returned.
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