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State College Police Seek Help Identifying Suspect Who Broke Window At Zeno’s Pub

State College police are asking community members for help identifying an individual allegedly involved in criminal mischief downtown last week.

The suspect, pictured below, allegedly broke a window at Zeno’s Pub at 100 W. College Ave. The incident allegedly occurred around 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10.

Courtesy of State College police

The suspect is a white male with brown hair in his early 20s. He is 6’2″ tall and approximately 180 pounds. The individual was last seen running east on Calder Way while wearing a white or light pink t-shirt and gray shorts.

Anyone with additional information regarding the suspect is encouraged to contact the State College Police Department by calling (814) 234-7150, sending an email, or submitting an anonymous tip.

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