Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Company Cleans Up The Fox Theatre

Posted By on Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 7:28 AM

click to enlarge Some assholes vandalized The Fox Tucson Theatre this weekend. - COURTESY OF MISTY ABNEY-CHURGOVICH, FACEBOOK
  • Courtesy of Misty Abney-Churgovich, Facebook
  • Some assholes vandalized The Fox Tucson Theatre this weekend.

A cleanup company called Priority One took care of the graffiti mess at The Fox Theatre yesterday afternoon.

"We are honored to have been chosen to remove the graffiti from the historic Fox Theatre!" The company's Facebook said.

The Fox's entire entryway was tagged over the weekend. There are no cameras, so authorities and theatre reps hope other cameras in the surrounding area (traffic cameras, etc.) caught an glimpse of the people who could have vandalized one of the Old Pueblo's historical entities. 

The nonprofit theatre is asking for donations to install security cameras, and hopefully deter something like this from happening again. 

Because taggers tend to have a signature style, the Fox and the Tucson Police Department ask that you call 88-CRIME if you recognize the graffiti from somewhere else in town.


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