Bismarck Police investigating 7 cases of anti-police, DAPL graffiti around town

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BISMARCK, N.D. - Authorities are investigating seven cases of anti-police and No-DAPL graffiti around Bismarck.

Bismarck Police say the marks were made between November 1-2 in sliver and gold spray paint.

They say Bismarck Parks and Recreation reports $1,000 damage to Steamboat Park with anti-police graffiti on the boat and #NoDAPL on a trail sign.

Authorities say anti-police marks were also found on on the west side of the Washington Courts Maintenance Building on West Arbor Avenue.

Police say #NoDAPL was found on the side of the Clem Kelly Softball Diamond building, on a wall of Memorial Bridge, a building on South Second Street and a structure in Kiwanis Park.

Anyone with information on these seven cases are encouraged to contact police.