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UPDATE: Police identify graffiti culprits

Graffiti suspects via WWPD

UPDATE — The Walla Walla Police Department announced Wednesday morning on its Facebook page that it has been provided the identities of the suspects involved in the recent graffiti investigations.

The suspects were identified as juveniles, as such, their names are being withheld. Police continue to conduct follow-ups on this investigation.


WALLA WALLA, Washington – The Walla Walla Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying suspects involved in at least 15 graffiti-related calls. Since October 5, the suspects have been responsible for graffiti in the areas of East Alder Street, Hobson Street, East Poplar Street, Whitman Street and South First Avenue.

“The suspects spray-painted cars, houses, churches and signs,” Public Information Officer Sgt. Eric Knudson said.

Knudson asks homeowners with video surveillance systems in these areas to please review for any video that will assist in identifying the suspects.

People are asked to call dispatch at 509-527-1960 if they can identify these suspects or have additional video or other information that will help WWPD solve these cases.


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