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Police Seeking Help Identifying Fraternity Graffiti Vandals

State College police are looking for help identifying a group of individuals who allegedly vandalized a downtown fraternity house over the weekend.

In a media release published on Tuesday, police included several photos of the suspects in question. Police say the individuals were captured on surveillance equipment spray-painting graffiti on Sigma Pi’s fraternity house at 303 Fraternity Row. The incident occurred around 11:49 p.m. on Saturday, December 4, according to police.

The five suspects behind the vandalism are pictured below.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact State College police by calling the department at (814) 234-7150, sending an email, or submitting an anonymous tip online.

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