Los Angeles News
Van Nuys Airport Learjet tagged by graffiti vandals
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles police are trying to track down the vandals that tagged a multi-million-dollar Learjet at the Van Nuys Airport Saturday.
Investigators say the vandals broke into a secure area at the airport and tagged the jet around 2 a.m.
The graffiti covers a very large part of the Learjet's fuselage and says the word "flame."
The incident is considered a serious breach of the airport's security.
The investigation is being handled by the Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles World Airports Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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