Vincent Van Gogh's they're not. Rather, they're apparently vandals who deposited some of their destructive, non-artistic efforts in Greenwich's backcountry over the weekend.
Greenwich Police are investigating no less than five reports of mailboxes being smashed and gallons of black, white and beige paint dumped onto lawns and driveways, according to police spokesman Lt. Kraig Gray.
"On (May) 29th and the 30th, there were several vandalisms throughout the backcountry. Gallons of paint cans were found all along roads in the backcountry," Gray said Monday.
"Mailboxes were destroyed. Driveways and lawns were painted," Gray said.
The trail of damage was found along areas of Round Hill, Cherry Valley and Old Mill roads and on Lake Avenue, according to Gray.