WHITE ROCK, N.M. (AP) - Authorities say a northern New Mexico has been defaced with obscene graffiti.
The Los Alamos Monitor reports police say someone spray-painted White Rock Methodist Church's walls with blue, yellow, black and red graffiti late Sunday or early Monday. Investigators say the graffiti included upside down crosses, the number "666," various obscenities and the words, "Red Rum," ("murder" spelled backward).
"Red Rum" is apparently a reference to a novel by Stephen King called "The Shining."
The vandal also signed his or her work, "Snyp3." No arrests have been made.
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