Graffiti in Kensington, downtown Calgary defaces numerous buildings

Calgary police are looking for three men in connection to a vandalism spree in Kensington and the downtown core.

Police searching for 3 suspects

Police are looking for three male suspects after several buildings, utility boxes and vehicles were vandalized sometime between Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. (Evelyne Asselin/CBC)

Calgary police are looking for three men in connection to a vandalism spree in Kensington and the downtown core.

Several businesses and vehicles were spray-painted with graffiti just after midnight, leaving many business owners cleaning up in the aftermath.

David Zimmerman, the owner of Lot 102 in Kensington, says the graffiti is extremely disrespectful. (Evelyne Asselin/CBC)

David Zimmerman, who owns Kensington-area restaurant Lot 102, says it makes him angry.

"It's a bit disrespectful," he said. "You try to run a good business and you work hard everyday. Some people just come and do those kinds of things. I just don't understand it."

Anyone who witnessed the vandalism is asked to contact police at 403-266-1234 or Calgary Crime Stoppers

Police are asking for tips from the public as they look for three suspects believed responsible for an overnight vandalism spree. (Allison Dempster/CBC)

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