Bridgeport residents concerned over neighborhood plagued by graffiti

Residents in Bridgeport are concerned with the growing amount of graffiti showing up in their neighborhood.

Many say graffiti tags are left on both businesses and private homes along East Main Street. Store owners say they're used to seeing graffiti on their walls, and are fed up because not enough is being done to prevent it from happening.

One resident believes much of the graffiti is gang-related and contains hidden messages.

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