New graffiti appeared on the side of the Neighbor Lady building, on August 30, on the wall that faces Med Mix. The graffiti is in the same spot where the “4 Pratt + Trayv” was painted on the night Med Mix was set on fire by an arsonist, still at large.
Ian Eisenberg, owner of both the Med Mix building and the Neighbor Lady, says he has since painted over the graffiti. The paint read “Don’t test me,” “Stop erasing my poetry,” and “Boo, forever.”
Surveillance cameras caught two people on video as they wrote on the wall. Eisenberg says maybe the perpetrators were taking advantage of power being out since the arson, which left the area dark — and would logically mean the surveillance cameras were down, too. The cameras, however, were still operating. The following still shots were pulled from the videos:
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