Derogatory Graffiti Spray-Painted On Medford Home
MEDFORD, NJ (CBS) — A Burlington County family is in complete shock after vandals spray-painted vulgarities on the outside of their home.
Gina Zucker found the obscenities written on her Medford home as she returned home from work Wednesday evening.
“You never know coming home what you’re going to find especially in a nice, warm, lovely neighborhood that we live in,” Zucker said.
The expletives, which are often used to degrade a woman, were spray-painted on Zucker’s front door and several other areas of her home.
“The words that were spray-painted on the house were very derogatory in nature and it certainly affects the well-being of the residents there. Also the amount of damage will probably be in the thousands of dollars,” said Medford Police Lt. Jeffrey Wagner.
Zucker’s two teenage children were home at the time, but they did not hear the vandals. Zucker is baffled as to who would vandalize her home and why it was targeted.
This is not the first time that the Zucker’s have been victimized. Back in March, suspects broke into their home.
The Zucker’s are offering up a $1,000 of their own money for any information that leads to an arrest in Thursday’s graffiti incident.