Po-boy shop offering 1,000 pieces of chicken as reward for graffiti suspects’ arrest

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NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – The owner of Melba’s Po-boy is fed up with the city’s graffiti problem and he hopes a food reward and clear security video will lead to the arrest of two men.

The security video (seen above) shows two men tagging the back of Melba’s on Elysian Fields and North Claiborne.

Scott Wolfe Sr. has offered up a 1,000 pieces of chicken for anyone with the name and location of the men. “Everyone knows the City has a graffiti problem and yet very seldom are they caught on video,” Wolfe told WGNO.

Wolfe says tips can be sent through his website, here.

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