Find these ratbags

A little job for the Army…find these ratbags and dob them in.


Christchurch police have footage of three men, who allegedly left a trail of tagging around central Christchurch – including on earthquake memorials.

The video and still images show the men in areas where fresh graffiti was found on August 3. 

The sites include C1 Espresso, fencing, power boxes, traffic barriers and most controversially – on the sign outside the CTV building site.

Senior Sergeant Phil Dean says the trio covered a wide area in the city.

“We have them on footage, both stills and also video footage, of them acting suspiciously around the areas where these other tags have been recorded.

“These tags are the same as the ones that are on the CTV site.”


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