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Pictures of suspected vandals released

By: Erin Calandra

Police in State College say they now have video and pictures of the suspects wanted in a hate crime.

Police are serious about catching these two men wanted for spray painting swastikas and other derogatory images outside of a fraternity. Chief Tom Kinds says he hopes someone will recognize these guys and give them a call. "This isn't some minor situation its hatred directed towards a group of people"

About a dozen vehicles, a parking lot, and a dumpster all spray painted early Friday morning with swastikas and other anti-Semitic images. The fraternity targeted is Beta Sigma Beta a primarily Jewish house.

The video just released by police shows two men tagging the cars. They enhanced images from that video in hopes someone will recognize the way the men walk, their mannerisms, and faces.

Now the police, the fraternity and the I.F.C are working together to find these men, offering a $5,000 reward.

Police are urging you to call the police if you have any information.

 
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Edgar Snyder

Washington Times

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