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Business owner fed up with graffiti
BATON ROUGE - A Baton Rouge business owner is angry with those who've been using her building as their own art canvas.
In a Facebook post Tuesday morning, Marsha Rish, owner of Honeymoon Bungalow expressed her frustration.
She was still fired up Tuesday afternoon.
"We're hoping someone who knows this individual will go to them and say 'dude, seriously, grow," she told News 2. "You're going to get caught, you're going to go to jail or pay fines, and do you really want to do that?"
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