By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — For the second time this week, the Frank Rizzo statue has been vandalized. Police say a person threw Oodles of Noodles and gravy on the statue, which sits across from City Hall in Paine Plaza.

They also say the person suffers from a mental illness and charges will not be filed.

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In the meantime, the search continues for the vandal responsible for spray-painting the word “fascist” on the statue earlier this week.

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The vandalism is renewing a debate on whether the 2,000-pound, 10-foot statue across the street from City Hall should be moved.

In 2017, the words “black power” were spray-painted on it. That same year, someone threw eggs at it.

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Mayor Jim Kenney says the statue will be moved when Paine Plaza outside the Municipal Services Building is redone in a few years. But exactly where the statue will end up is still up in the air.