Multiple cars were spray-painted Monday night following the Cubs’ 8-6 win over the Cardinals in Game 3 of the NLDS.

According to DNAinfo, several vehicles in Rogers Park were tagged with news of the Cubs’ victory.

Whoever did the painting appears to have wanted credit for their work. Along with messages such as “Go Cubs,” the vandal sprayed an Instagram handle – @TonyDonutz – on many of the vehicles.

It’s unclear at this point whether the account actually belongs to the culprit.

More from DNAinfo:

Rogers Park police said that at least one person whose car was tagged had filed a police report that included the Instagram handle. No arrests have been made or charges filed as of late Tuesday morning, police said.

A neighbor who lives nearby discovered the scene Tuesday morning and said the vandal had also tagged her dumpster with the same name and hashtag. She visited the Instagram account and said she guesses the tagger responsible is one of her neighbors, who she recognized in selfies posted earlier in the photo feed.

Police had an increased presence around Wrigley Field last night, and at least 10 arrests were made near Wrigleyville following the win, according to CWB Chicago.

Police lined up in Wrigleyville after #Cubs beat #Cardinals in Game 3.

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