Moses Lake Police need help identifying suspects who vandalized property

MOSES LAKE, Wash. — Law enforcement has observed a steady uptick in illegal vandalism in the form of tagging, but thanks to some surveillance footage captured by a neighboring business and community input, authorities might be able to bring a pair of suspects to justice.

The Moses Lake Police Department took to social media on Wednesday morning with surveillance footage that was submitted from someone’s Ring video system.

This 31-second clip shared on social media shows a silver passenger vehicle pull into a parking lot. Two people emerge from the back of the vehicle, grab items from inside the car, look around and quickly tag the side of a building.

First was a suspect wearing a dark blue hoodie, black pants, and black shoes. The second suspect wore a white t-shirt, black cap, Nike athletic shorts, tall white socks, and white Nike shoes with a black check. The driver did not exit the vehicle in the footage captured and published online.

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Now, Moses Lake police officials are asking the community to help identify the suspects and/or the vehicle. Their social media post read as follows:

“There has been an increase in vandalism throughout the city, primarily in the form of tagging. Many people have video systems on their homes and businesses, and this video is a great example of the help that the community can give to the MLPD.

“If we can identify the suspects and/or vehicle, it gives us a chance to make an arrest and get some resolution to the victim.”

Anyone with information to contribute can contact the Moses Lake Police Department by calling (509) 764-3887.

This is a developing news story. An update and/or follow-up may be issued once further details are publically revealed.

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