Garden-variety tagging’ found at CTA station, on Metra wall

S.K. Dachowitz

Graffiti was found spray painted at a Chicago Transit Authority station Monday morning, police said.

The graffiti was left at the CTA station on the 600 block of Washington Street around 8:52 a.m., Evanston Police Cmdr. Tom Guenther said. “Pix up,” with a star dotting the “i” was sprayed on the viaduct and bridge, and “Pix” and an illegible word were written on the Metra wall.

Guenther described the graffiti as “probably a tag or moniker,” adding, “It just looks like kind of garden-variety tagging.”