Man, 20, and woman, 22, arrested by Logan CIB detectives after being seen spraying anti-police messages on Middle Park toilet block and shop

Facing charges: Two people have been arrested for spraying anti-police graffiti on a toilet block and shop.
Facing charges: Two people have been arrested for spraying anti-police graffiti on a toilet block and shop.

Two people will face willful damage charges after they were caught spray-painting anti-police messages on a toilet block and shopfront at Middle Park, Tamborine.

Police said two people were seen on CCTV on July 12, spray-painting the slogans which targeted anti-hooning officers.

A police spokesman said four people had been seen on camera from the incident, but only two had been spraying the messages.

The spokesman said there was a large amount of graffiti on the building.

A Tamborine Village man, 20, and a 21-year-old woman from the same address are due to face court after Logan CIB detectives arrested them on Wednesday.

Their arrest comes after police made breakthroughs in hooning issues in recent weeks.

A New Beith man had his car towed after he had been reported for hooning on his own street.

A Jimboomba man's car was confiscated in another incident.

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