Investigation of spray painting at Bowling Green Pregnancy Center continues

Photo by Bowling Green Pregnancy Center

Photo by Bowling Green Pregnancy Center

Andrew Kish, Falcon Media

The investigation into the spray painting of the Bowling Green Pregnancy Center is ongoing, according to Wood County Prosecuting Attorney Paul Dobson and the Bowling Green Police Department.

The investigation of the incident at the center, also known as Her Choice, involves the Bowling Green Police Department, the prosecutor’s office and federal investigators.

“The investigators have developed some significant leads which are being pursued and we think will ultimately be fruitful,” said Bowling Green Police Chief Tony Hetrick. “However, there still remains work to be done before any decisions can be made. We are still interested in any information we can obtain from the public.”

No decision has been made on whether charges will be filed and Dobson said he will make that determination once all evidence and information are collected. If charges are filed, it is unclear if the case will be handled at the state or federal level.

“We appreciate the cooperative effort of the Bowling Green City Police and the FBI,” said Dobson. “We remain in regular communication with the federal authorities and have collectively agreed that any decisions on what will happen will be made when we have all of the information.”

Someone spray painted the pregnancy center April 15. Among the words painted on the Thurston Street building was the phrase “Jane’s Revenge,” but officials have not stated whether the pro-abortion group was involved.

“The investigation remains ongoing as to any connection between this incident and any larger organization,” said Dobson.

Other phrases spray painted include “Abort God,” “Fund abortion” and “Fake clinic.”

The police department asks anyone with information call them at 419-352- 2571.