Sheriff looking for courthouse vandal

Sheriff looking for courthouse vandal

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The Lubbock Sheriff’s Office is reaching out to the public for any information as to the identity of this individual as he has become a person of interest in the overnight vandalism of the Lubbock County Courthouse on or about December 17, 2017.

The subject is described as being a white male, approximately 5’9’’- 6’4’’ tall, 170-200lbs., with dark close cropped hair, possibly a Mohawk, and possibly a mustache.

At the time of this image, this subject is wearing a dark shirt and shoes/boots and blue jeans. He has what appears to be a backpack slung over his shoulder and looks to be holding a cigarette in his right hand.

Persons with information are encouraged to call crime line at 741-1000. The call will remain anonymous.

(press release)

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