QUINCY (CBS13) – A female was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of vandalism for splattering paint on a public mural in the Plumas County town of Quincy.

(credit: Plumas County Sheriff’s Office)

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On Saturday night at around 11:12 p.m., the Plumas County Dispatch Center received a report of vandalism to a mural at the intersection of Main and Bradley streets.  A Plumas County sheriff’s deputy and a sergeant responded to the report. After arriving at the scene, they found a female suspect who had paint on herself and her clothes that matched the color of paint splattered on the mural.

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The woman was placed under arrest for vandalism and other charges unrelated to the incident.

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Anyone who saw the vandalism occur or has any information about this incident is asked to contact the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office at (530) 283-6300