Moraine Police look for 2 suspects in graffiti vandalism case

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MORAINE, Ohio (WDTN) – Police in Moraine are looking for two suspects in connection with a vandalism investigation that involves several businesses damaged by graffiti.

Police say on March 21, two people were caught on camera spray painting graffiti on one of the dumpsters at Four Seasons Car Wash on Cobblegate Drive.

On March 29, similar graffiti was discovered at a number of businesses along Springboro Pike, including Dixon Automotive, which received a majority of what police call senseless damage.

The graffiti in both incidents consisted primarily of tags spelling out “JERM”, “woog” or “wood”, and “SOUP.” The tags were all in either blue or yellow spray paint.

Video surveillance confirmed the same two suspects were responsible for both incidents.

The first suspect appears to be a white male of medium height and a heavier build. He was wearing a gray and black backpack and was riding a mountain bike that was light in color.

The second suspect also appears to be a white male. He was taller with more of a medium build. He was wearing a black backpack, gloves, and was riding a BMX-style bike.

Anyone with information about the two people in the photos is asked to call the Moraine Police Department at 937-535-1166.

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