Gang graffiti was found sprayed at two Woodland parks on Wednesday.
Police officers were dispatched to City Park, 639 Cleveland St., about 3:40 p.m. There they found the park's restroom and a storage shed had been spray-painted with gang graffiti.
About 9:00 p.m., an officer found similar gang graffiti had been spray-painted on the restroom at Ralph Harris Park, 100 Imperial St. The two instances of vandalism are about 2 miles apart.
The damage estimate for both incidents was set at more than $400, making the vandalism a felony, police said in a press release. The reports of the graffiti have been sent to the Woodland Police Department Gang Violence Suppression Unit.