Eureka police need help identifying group of guys suspected of several cases of graffiti
EUREKA, Calif. —
Eureka police are asking for the public's help identifying two men captured by surveillance cameras who are suspected of vandalism throughout the city.
In the past week, officers have taken reports for graffiti all over Eureka, according to the EPD. Police collected surveillance video from several businesses, and learned two to three males have been working as a group, police said. The group most commonly uses spray paint to make distinctive "tags," the EPD said.
"There have been reports of 2-3 males seen in various areas of town tagging park benches, buildings, and signs," the department said in a press release.
One report listed a light green small SUV being associated with the suspects, according to police.
"We have surveillance from the Old Town area specifically showing three male suspects walking through town spraying walls, sidewalks, etc.," the EPD said. "It is unknown at this time if all recent cases are related."
Anyone with information regarding the identification of the suspects are asked to email Brittany Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org.