Hammersmith Graffiti Vandal Jailed

£100,000 damage across 13 boroughs

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A prolific graffiti vandal who caused over £100, 000 worth of damage across 13 London boroughs has been jailed for 24 following a British Transport Police (BTP) investigation.
Sam Moore, 24, of Caesars Road, Newport, Isle of Wight, was also given a five-year anti-social behaviour order (ASBO) after being sentenced at Blackfriars Crown Court.

The court heard that Moore – who pleaded guilty to 25 counts of criminal damage – caused damage over a period of three years between March 2007 and July this year. He targeted trains, stations and infrastructure, as well as shops, across 13 London boroughs, as well as in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire.* (N.B. Full list of locations below) The total damage caused by Moore was estimated as being in excess of £113,000.

Moore was arrested on 6 June this year after being linked to graffiti damage caused near to Hungerford Bridge in London.
Moore’s tag was discovered in the following locations in Hammersmith & Fulham
• Lillie Bridge Depot, trackside - £3,060
• Lillie Bridge Depot, trackside - £2,930
• Hammersmith station - £1,242.37
• Hammersmith Depot - £2,489.83

November 24, 2010