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NEWTOWN, OH (FOX19) -

The Village of Newtown Police Department is investigating two graffiti incidents.

The first location was in the 3600 block of Church Street and the second location was at a local church. The incidents happened sometime between April 13 and April 14.

Due to the words and symbols on the graffiti, Newtown Police believe it is more than just a juvenile prank.

Police have found where the spray paint used in the offense was purchased and are looking for two females from a surveillance video taken at the Walmart in Milford.

Police are not calling the females suspects, they just want them identified so they can be questioned.

Anyone with information should call Newtown Police at 513-561-7679 or Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.

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