‘Large, indecipherable’ graffiti found on Lake Point Tower

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Chicago Police are investigating after graffiti was found Tuesday morning on an iconic high-rise building near Navy Pier.

The “large, indecipherable letters” were found on Lake Point Tower at 505 N. Lake Shore Dr. at 7:27 a.m., according to Chicago Police.

The graffiti is not thought to be gang-related, police said.

A property manager reached by phone said management doesn’t know anything about the graffiti and is working to get it cleaned up Tuesday morning.

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