Mon. 3:24 p.m.: Warren police review graffiti footage

Video surveillance that captured Saturday’s act of vandalism of Dave Grohl Alley is being reviewed by police.

Warren Police Lt. Jeff Cole said the footage of the incident, which occurred around 6:15 a.m. Saturday, was received Monday morning.

At least 15 paintings and murals along with a life-size steel sculpture portraying Warren-born musician Dave Grohl were found spray-painted with graffiti. The alley, which runs parallel to the 100 block of West Market Street, is dedicated to the 13-time Grammy Award winner. Grohl was the drummer for Nirvana and founder and frontman of the Foo Fighters.

The vandal, a white male who appears to be in his early 20s, was caught on video by several cameras positioned on the deck beside the alley.

This is a developing story. For the full report, see Tuesday’s Tribune Chronicle.