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Provo home hit with unsettling vandalism two days in a row

PROVO, UTAH (ABC 4 News) - A plea from a homeowner in Provo after her home was struck with some disturbing vandalism.
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
Provo house struck with vandalism twice in a row
PROVO, UTAH (ABC 4 News) - A plea from a homeowner in Provo after her home was struck with some disturbing vandalism. Kim Anderson's home has been targeted and tagged not once, but twice in 2 days.  The most recent vandalism happened just yesterday. In the broad daylight, someone walked into Kim's yard to write this word on her home- "Die"

The word was also sprayed on her shed. It's clear that someone is targeting Kim Anderson's home in Provo. First, a person or group spray painted lines on her home and her car. She says, "Everything was hit on it from the windows to the license plate." Confused and upset, she says her family spent 12 hours scrubbing the paint off her car and her home.

But then the following day, Tuesday, the person or group struck again. This time painting the word "Die" in two different places in her back yard. "I come out here and noticed the words die and it wasn't here at four so it happened during broad daylight between four and 4:30pm"

What does the word really mean? And who would do this? Kim says these questions are swimming in her mind, and not knowing is skyrocketing her anxiety levels. Tonight Kim hopes to send a clear message to the person or group targeting her home. "Please just stop. You've got the wrong house. I've done nothing to hurt anybody."

Kim is out a thousand dollars- the cost of her deductable to repair her car and home.

If you know anyting about this crime, call the Provo Police Department.

UPDATE: Kim's house was hit again this evening with the words "HA HA HA" written all over the house. Kim says nearly her entire house has been vandalized.


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