TWO MEN have been charged with committing almost 500 graffiti offences, including on the Gold Coast.
The bust formed part an operation spanning 12 months targeting graffiti offenders across Southeast Queensland.
The Queensland Police Railway Squad launched Operation Montana in conjunction with Queensland Rail and the Graffiti Task Force in February last year.
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Police will allege the men caused significant damage to Railway and roadway fencing, trains, platforms and roadway signage.
A 27-year-old Pimpama man has been charged with 326 counts of wilful damage by graffiti.
A 22-year-old Pimpama man has been charged with 152 counts of wilful damage by graffiti.
They are both due to reappear in the Southport Magistrates Court on February 25.
Further arrests are expected as part of Operation Montana.