Two firefighters in Leicestershire have turned their hand to graffiti art to deliver a message about safe driving.
They have just completed this mural outside their station in the New Parks area of the city.
The work highlights the four biggest road dangers: drink and drugs, using mobile phones, speeding and not wearing seat belts.
A Police investigation has been launched after offensive graffiti was daubed on the wall of a mosque in Sandwell, West Midlands.
Council workmen removed the offensive slogan within hours of its discovery at Cradley Heath Mosque and Islamic Centre in Plant Street yesterday.
Is graffiti just vandalism, or something more? Many public bodies are losing their suspicion of the spray-can and asking graffiti artists to turn bare buildings into works of art.
But the criminal damage element has not gone away. Leicester City Council says two graffiti writers have cost them £100,000 in six months.
They are now offering £500 for information about their identities. Callum Watkinson reports.
Leicester City Council says two graffiti writers have cost it £100,000 in just six-months.
'Kase' and 'SO12', have plastered thousands of so called 'tags' across the city. The council is offering £500 for information.
Clearing the graffiti from the past 6 months alone has already used up two fifths of the council's cleaning budget.