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Vienna Police Investigating Vehicle Vandalism, Suspicious Chalk Message

Vienna police are investigating reports of a vehicle getting vandalized with paint and a suspicious chalk message outside someone’s home.

Last Friday, a man reported that someone used paint vandalized his vehicle while it was parked in the 400 bock of Church Street NE, police said.

In a separate incident, a woman who had recently received solicitations for people claiming to be from T-Mobile reported that someone wrote “T-Mobile” on her driveway in chalk, police said.

The chalk message happened during the day on Monday (March 23) in the 500 block of Nanterry Circle SW, police said.

“Someone did the same thing on the curb earlier in the week,” police said.

On March 17, police issued a summons to the men and charged them with Soliciting Without a Town Permit after receiving several reports about two men allegedly claiming to be from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or T-Mobile.

The men were released on their signatures.

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