MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WTVA) - Two landmarks in Memphis were found vandalized Tuesday morning, according to WMC-TV in Memphis.
Messages of “Defund the Police” and “BLM” mark the wall outside Graceland on Elvis Presley Boulevard and the Levitt Shell in Overton Park.
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Graceland had no comment on the graffiti, a spokesperson told the TV station.
A spokesperson for Levitt Shell said this is the sixth time this year it's been vandalized.
Fans of Elvis often scribble messages to the late Tupelo, Mississippi, native on the wall outside his home, Graceland.
Levitt Shell is an outdoor amphitheater that hosts concerts and other performances.