Workers were busy in a Binghamton neighborhood erasing offensive graffiti after a vandal defaced sidewalks, buildings and trucks.

The graffiti spree along Clinton Street in the First Ward apparently occurred late Monday night or early Tuesday morning.

The vandal defaced a vacant building at 333 Clinton Street. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

Graffiti was sprayed on a truck at Rogers Services Group at 245 Clinton Street and on a bulldozer parked at a building to the west.

Some buildings on Clinton between Holland Street and Glenwood Avenue were targeted. A structure owned by the Tri-Cities Opera was hit.

A Binghamton public works employee painted over an offensive phrase on a sidewalk in front of a Dollar General store. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

City public works employees were dispatched to Clinton Street Wednesday afternoon to use white paint to cover up several spots on sidewalks. One of the spots was a long scrawl on the sidewalk in front of a Dollar General store at 325 Clinton Street.

Police have reported no arrests in connection with the incidents.

A truck parked in a lot at Rogers Service Group was spray-painted with graffiti. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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