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Caught on camera: Salem police ask for help identifying graffiti suspects

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Courtesy: Salem Police Department Courtesy: Salem Police Department
Courtesy: Salem Police Department Courtesy: Salem Police Department
SALEM, OR (KPTV) -

Police released surveillance photos of two suspects who have been linked to several graffiti vandalism incidences in downtown and Northeast Salem.

In late August, officials report that they were able to capture photos of the two suspects from surveillance cameras.

The cameras showed the two suspects who had just painted graffiti in the area of Northeast Silverton Road near the Oregon State Fairgrounds.  

"Graffiti vandalism involves the intentional damage to public or private property, and affects the property owner and the neighborhood," said Sergeant Jim Welsh, supervisor of the Salem Police Department's Graffiti Abatement Program. "We need the community's help in identifying these prolific graffiti vandals because their crimes are affecting not just one property owner or one neighborhood, but several," Welsh added.

Anyone with information as to the identity of the individuals is asked to call police.

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