R.I.P. Flame -Graffiti artists target $2.5m private jet/ Graffiti Los Angeles
A lear jet stationed at a local Los Angeles airport was bombed with a memorial to FLAME.
The damage will cost an estimated $110,000 to repair.
An investigation has now been launched by Los Angeles Airport Police and the FBI, while meetings are also being held to ensure repeat incidents are prevented.
But that probably won’t soften the blow for the Malibu-based aviation company that reportedly owns the Learjet.
“This is a big deal to me, to have somebody who could get onto the airfield and who could do that kind of damage, that kind extensive graffiti to an aircraft, and not be seen,” Los Angeles Airport Police Chief Patrick Gannon said. “I’m not happy about it.”