TULSA, OK -- Tulsa Police are looking for a pair of young males who they say apparently covered at least 12 homes and four vehicles with graffiti early Monday morning.
Shortly after 1 a.m. Monday, police officers received a vandalism in progress call in the 13200 block of East 46th Street.
Officers arrived to find a number of homes and vehicles "tagged" with graffiti including references to "Cloud," "Daze," and "CSK."
"How sad that someone's idea of a good time was to vandalize other people's property," said Debora Broome.
Deborah Broome is one of a dozen people whose homes were "tagged" with graffiti.
"At first my husband and I thought it was a big game," she said.
Police say officers notified victims and completed 12 vandalism reports.
"I got dressed and came through the front door and came around and my car was completely painted over," Loye Stone said. "They had tagged it very well with black and spray paint. A couple cans were still there."
For people living here, the challenge will be to get things back to normal.
"It's going to have to be painted over that's for sure," said Steven Goodrich. "It's going to cost some money. It's a little frustrating but we'll see how it goes."
"I'm not upset, I'm not mad," Stone said. "I just feel like there's some young people if they were young people that don't have anything else to do and may not have a good home life.
Suspects were last seen wearing hooded sweatshirts.
Anyone with information about the two suspects or the vandalism is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 596-COPS.