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Anderson Police seek public’s help identifying vandalism suspect

Anderson police are asking the public for help with catching a vandalism suspect.

Posted: May 26, 2021 10:34 AM

ANDERSON, Calif. – Anderson police are asking the public for help with catching a vandalism suspect.

Officers already identified a juvenile suspect that they were searching for on Tuesday. However, they are still searching for the man pictured above.

The suspect is wanted for two separate felony vandalism cases at a church and an elementary school on the 2700 block of Balls Ferry Road Sunday evening.

Anderson police said the two male suspects went to Meadow Lane Elementary Sunday and broke windows, tore a hand sanitizer dispenser off the wall, knocked over trash cans and trampled plants. All the damages rounded up to about $650.

The suspects then went to Anderson Seventh-day Adventist Church and threw a rock at the wall, breaking several windows and damaging a security camera, police said. Those damages were around $600.

Anyone with information as to the identity of the suspect is asked to submit a tip via Messenger or email at tips@ci.anderson.ca.us

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