Police seek help identifying two suspected graffiti vandals in Kenmore

(Kenmore Police Department)

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects who might be responsible for the recent uptick in graffiti in the past few weeks.

According to the Kenmore Police Department (KPD), Kenmore Middle School has been a recent target for graffiti. After reviewing security footage from the school, two young men, who appear to be minors, were caught on camera riding on scooters around the same time the vandalism occurred.

(Kenmore Police Department)

Authorities say the graffiti at the school is not gang-related. 

Based on the photos posted on KPD’s Twitter page, the two men have medium straight black or brown hair. Both were seen riding scooters and wearing backpacks. 

Police would like to speak with them. 

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Anyone with information is asked to message or call the KPD at 206-296-3311 and reference case number C22021562.