PALESTINE, TX–The Palestine Police Department is, once again, asking for the public’s help in locating a suspect in last nights rash of graffiti attacks across the city.
Such buildings as Kroger, the Anderson County Courthouse, Federal Building, KYYK radio station and others were tagged with profanity laced graffiti that has caused most residents to be outraged.
“We were able to get some security video footage from KYYK,” Chief Mike Alexander said. “In addition to a very good description of the vehicle, you can clearly see one of the suspects exit the vehicle and tag the building. We’re confident that, with the public’s help, we can apprehend the suspect.”
The chief also said that destruction of property will not be tolerated no matter the age, race or species of the suspect.
“The fact that the suspect may be non-human has no influence on how this case will be handled,” the chief said.
The chief said that once authorities have identified the suspect by name, a warrant will be issued immediately.
“He will face the full wrath of our criminal justice system,” the chief said.
Anyone with information that may help identify and find the suspect should contact the Palestine Police Department or Crimestoppers.